Monday, April 26, 2010

Neighborhood Hope & Change lab busted

From Op-Toons:

Lorrington, Wisconsin--Police busted another hope and change lab in a Madison suburb yesterday, saying it was "one of the worst we've seen."



Law enforcement officials said unemployed youth were "sucking so hard to extract anything they could from empty hope containers, they were hyperventilating before they passed out."


Police said they were tipped off to the hope and change lab because neighbors said the kids next door were laughing nervously, slurring their speech, and walking listlessly into local coffee shops.

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1 comment:

Nick Rowe said...

See? We should legalize hope and change, regulate it, and tax it.

The tax money can be used to reduce dependency on hope and change.

Don't listen to the people who say hope and change are gateways to entitlement programs and intrusive government paternalism.

We can even make clothing out of hope and change. I see it every day in San Francisco.