It's outrageous how these corporations treat people. They should be
punished. I know many factories could cut their air pollution in
half, but they refuse to do this because they are greedy.
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, Evil Grin
> AlBrenner <al@a...> wrote:To: email@example.com
> From: "AlBrenner"
> Date: Sat, 30 Oct 2004 08:44:46 -0000
> Subject: [openmindandcodenews] Working People
> Working People
> I was just a working stiff
> When they took away my job
> I made 20 dollars per
> Till them bastards came and robbed me
> They tore down the factory.
> They dissembled the machines,
> They shipped off the office.
> They drove off in limousines
> They sold anything left over
> For a mighty hefty stash
> They took away my job
> Then they took away the cash.
> I was only past retiring
> When they took away my pension
> Without a word of warning
> It was casually mentioned
> That our funds were all invested
> In the company stock
> And that, of course, was worthless now,
> Jesus, what a crock..
> Every officer in the company
> Took an extra added bonus
> They all walked off with millions
> And never faced the onus
> Of my wrath, that day they shook my hand
> And thanked me for my life,
> Me, dreaming there of sunshine days
> Traveling with my wife
> But the future did a U-Turn
> Now I face the awful gloom
> Of spending my retirement years,
> In the Wal-Mart shipping room.
> They took away my health care
> They said it wasn't realistic
> But I had one kid with asthma,
> Another one autistic
> I could barely make the mortgage
> Let alone the rest
> Then my wife was diagnosed
> With cancer of the breast
> And the money disappeared
> So when they asked for our assurance
> I lied to the doctors,
> And said I had insurance
> Now I've got bills for half a million
> God I can hardly even say it
> If I gave them every cent I earn
> It would take twenty years to pay it
> And the company executives
> So happy that their share
> Is rising faster than ever,
> Since they took away my health care.
> They took away my country
> I didn't even notice
> I simply didn't understand that it,
> Was fragile as the lotus.
> And I, the frog in the water
> Afraid to face my fear,
> Said, "After all it isn't boiling yet,
> But lord, it's warm in here"
> First came the cameras
> Then the chip in my arm
> They checked out my library card.
> But I said, "What's the harm?"
> They ravaged the environment,
> Made the waters disappear
> They filled us all with mercury
> Then they filled us all with fear
> They took away our country
> While we were all side tracked
> But now the moment is at hand.
> It's time to take it back.
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