Friday, 10 June 2016

Deceiving (June)

Parties are deceiving, might change their mind after the election. Their fiscal black hole is a divot compared to the crater of the other mob. Hazy ethics unbalance promises of security. Leaders are deceiving, one eye looking for cameras. They stray not from slogan scripts, practise being real. Papers are deceiving, minor scandal front page, major scandal in editorial. Their appearance assures readers of an Edwardian June climate. They’re credible propaganda, the owners’ plaything. Voters are undeceiving, daily with a mortgage and conditions of wellness. They’ll go with the lesser of two liars, with the crowd that looks more capable.

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