The Ombudsman.

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They call him 'The Great Ombudsman',

Who sits astride the Nation,

Investigating naughty things,

Like mal-administration.

 

He's sometimes firm,

And he's sometimes kind,

When he's fathoming,

The Bureaucratic mind!

 

It's not plain sailing,

As you must see,

Catching,

The Bureaucracy!  

 

 

Blinds go down,

A veil is drawn,

In a complex game,

He's just a pawn!

 

For no one will to admit to wrong,

And miss out on an honours 'gong',

So is it a mere impression that he,

Safeguards the rights of democracy?  

  By N. Vestigator.  

Author: Trevor Durbidge   Copyright 2001 [TJD].  All rights reserved.Revised: October 30, 2007 .

 

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