Some men in black

There are some men in black
Who need no special attempt
To be hauled up before courts
Periodically for contempt

They seem to be well-meaning
Are often offensive and obtuse
But have perfected the art
Of letting their tongues loose

They love to target Milords
Who do not toe their line
Sometimes they succeed
More often they lose and whine

Most Milords just ignore
Their rants as if they never knew
Which emboldens these men
To bite off more than they can chew

Sometimes a Milord just snaps
When his reputation they trample
And then he insists that this stops
And they are made into an example

They usually escape punishment
Saying sorry we didn’t mean to hurt
But once they are purged clean
They proceed to dig up more dirt ..

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