Tired of all the nasty Politics? Check out a song and a poem called "Run For Office"

Need some relief from all the name calling and the nasty political ads? Treat yourself to a poem and a song called "Run For Office." The people will love this song and poem, politicians will hate it. Hear a FREE CLIP at www.barrows.com/music.html
 
 
You can hear a FREE CLIP of "Run For Office" at www.barrows.com/music.html
You can hear a FREE CLIP of "Run For Office" at www.barrows.com/music.html
 
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SAN MATEO, Calif. - Oct. 25, 2018 - PRLog -- TIRED OF ALL THE NASTY POLITICS OUT THERE?
NEED SOME RELIEF FROM ALL THE NAME CALLING AND ALL THE NASTY POLITICAL ADS?

Have you already had it up to here with all the negative political ads and hit pieces?

Do you need some relief from all that negative political advertising?

*How much nastier can political ads get?

*And which ads are true? Which ads are false?

*And which ads are just plain old misleading?

*Is it true that the candidate eats his young?

*Not sure whom you are going to vote for?

*Not sure how you should vote on the propositions?

*Does voting yes really mean voting no?

*Are you tired of choosing between the lesser of two evils?

*Do you already hate the candidate you plan to vote for?

*Do you wish you could vote for none of the above?

*Don't you wish they would take the high road for once?

"Well, the best way to vent some of your frustrations about all the nasty political advertising is to treat yourself to a poem and a song called 'Run For Office,'" says Robert Barrows of San Mateo, California.

Barrows is the author of the poem version of "Run For Office" and he is also the co-author of the song version of "Run For Office."

"Run For Office' is a satire about power, politics, sex, lies, money and greed, all the stuff that politics is made of. The people will love this poem and song, politicians will hate it," says Barrows.

Barrows also ran for office. He ran for Congress in the Democratic Primaries in the 12th Congressional District in California in 2006 and in 2008. He lost both times.

You can see the poem version of Run For Office in this press release.

You can hear a free clip of the song version of "Run For Office" at www.barrows.com/music.html

HERE IS THE POEM VERSION OF RUN FOR OFFICE:

"RUN FOR OFFICE"

Copyright 1995, Robert Barrows

Out of work? Need a job? Run for office!

Big debts, lots of sex? Run For Office!

Need prestige? Run for office!

Get elected! Get respected!

You even get yourself protected!

Give unto Caesar that which is his!

Get me Redford! Get me Liz!

I'm going to make it really big

I'm going to run for office!

All the money you need

The pleasures of power and greed

Got to start planting the seed

I'm going to run for office!

Get elected! Get respected!

Got to get myself selected!

My future in bliss! I'll promise you that,

I'll promise you this!

With this big warm smile, hey, I can't miss!

There's nothing to lose, and I could actually win!

A couple of lies, hey, that's not like a sin?

Which race is open? I'm ready to go!

I'll toss my hat in!

Here comes the dough!

Where do I stand? It doesn't matter,

I'm shaking everyone's hand!

Oh what a feeling! I'm in command!

Hey, nice to meet you!

I'm running for office!

Your goals are my goals! Vote for me!

I'm your man!

What are my plans?

I'lll show you when I get in office!

"The song lyrics to 'Run For Office' are even more biting than the poem," says Barrows.

You can hear a free clip of the song version of "Run For Office" at www.barrows.com/music.html and there is also a link on that page where you can download the song for 99 cents on iTunes.

"And, whenever you hear a politician talking about things like 'Income Inequality," after they've just attended a $50,000 a plate fundraising dinner, you can also vent some of your frustrations about money and politics with another song that Barrows co-wrote called "Big Bucks." You can also hear a FREE CLIP of "Big Bucks" at www.barrows.com/music.html and there is a link on that page where you can also download 'Big Bucks" for 99 cents on iTunes.

Another "message" poem with a political theme that Barrows wrote is a poem called "It used to be Made in America."

"It used to be made in America" is about the loss of jobs and the consequences of the outsourcing of manufacturing to other countries. People can see the poem online at www.itusedtobemadeinamerica.com and also at www.madeinusa.us.com


You can also see some more of Barrows' poetry in an ebook called "Crazy Robert's Poems and Potential Song Lyrics" that you can download for a dollar on Amazon.
For additional information, contact Robert Barrows at R.M. Barrows, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations at 650-344-4405, www.barrows.com

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