Snyder Sends Emergency Water to Flint in Old Artillery Shells and Paint Cans
FLINT, MI -- Sensitive to the criticism he has received for his handling of the Flint water crisis, Governor Snyder took bold action by sending an emergency supply of water to the thirsty city in old, discarded artillery shells and pre-1978 empty paint cans.
"I made sure those cans and shells were filled to the brim with pure Michigan high quality H2O, and had those babies lead soldered closed so they wouldn't leak," said Snyder to this Chattering Teeth Blog reporter. "Where are my critics now?"
It's scary when it's true. ~:)ReplyDelete
it's not bad except for a little tin after ta- ta- ta- tat- taste...ReplyDelete