A retelling of the Latest Decalogue by Arthur Hugh Clough – http://www.bartleby.com/71/1423.html
You should have one Leader, but if you have more
You’ll split the vote with three or four.
Keep no graven Edstone, there to be
Worshipped or paid for fraudulently.
Swear not at all, for each banned curse
Will only make the purging worse.
Beware the conference, if you attend
Your delegate may not be your friend.
Honour the Party, that is, all
From whom Compliance may befall.
You shall not kill, but use your knife
To stab in the front and take a life.
No other Party may ever compete
Your loyalty has to be complete.
Steal from the members, an easy feat
It takes such little skill to cheat.
Accuse who you will and let it lie
Festering in the media whilst Eagles fly.
Covet the prize that others achieve
But keep the best tricks up your sleeve.
Run up a spreadsheet to garner those who
Would ever dare to oppose you.