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Paul Martin, Liberals

The 12 days of Canadian Christmas

by Klaus Rohrich
Friday, December 23, 2005
On the first day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me A tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the second day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the third day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the fourth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the fifth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the sixth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the seventh day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the eighth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Eight helicopters,
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the ninth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Nine new health providers,
Eight helicopters,
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the tenth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Ten student loans,
Nine new health providers,
Eight helicopters,
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the eleventh day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Eleven Kyoto treaties,
Ten student loans,
Nine new health providers,
Eight helicopters,
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

On the twelfth day of Christmas Paul Martin promised me
Twelve years for shooting,
Eleven Kyoto treaties,
Ten student loans,
Nine new health providers,
Eight helicopters,
Seven same-sex weddings,
Six daycare spaces,
Five marijuana joints!
Four low interest loans,
Three sponsorships,
Two welfare programs,
And a tax cut I couldn’t even see.

Have a Merry Christmas, everyone.

Klaus Rohrich is senior columnist for Canada Free Press. Klaus also writes topical articles for numerous magazines. He has a regular column on retirementhomes.com and is currently working on his first book dealing with the toxicity of liberalism. His work has been featured on the Drudge Report, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News and Lucianne, among others. He lives and works in a small town outside of Toronto and is an avid student of history. Klaus can be reached at: letters@canadafreepress.com.

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