A female Mexican councilor in a suburb of Mexico City has developed a new meaning for the War on Poverty. She is suggesting that it would be kinder to the homeless if they were given lethal injections. Olga Gutierrez Machorro, a councilor for the Mexico City suburb of Tecamachalco, has been searching for a way to solve the homeless problem. To say the least, she has come up with a unique way of solving the problem.
Liberals in the United States have considered the same solution when one of their own is in the White House. Not only would it lower the poverty rate, something liberal policies could never do, but it would also help satisfy the liberal blood lust that has seen a fall in the number of abortions. They discarded the idea once they realized that the homeless are the only ones willing to sell their votes for five cigarettes on election day.
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Machorro was speaking at an event when she suddenly brought up the idea of the lethal injections. Many people were angered by her idea, especially considering they could just provide them transportation into the United States. Machorro described the process as culling and said that it would be the best thing they could do for the homeless.
Machorro said that she had often offered her home and office as temporary sanctuary for the homeless, but that it wasn’t a real solution. She went on to allege that hospitals were basically doing the same thing to violent mental patients and were dumping the nonviolent ones in between highways in order to put them at risk.
Because of the reaction she got from residents, she has withdrawn that plan and promises to develop a new plan to deal with the homeless.
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