Thursday, June 26, 2008

Reign of Terror Grips Maricopa County

Less than a day after Shaquille O’Neal was fired from his Special Deputy position at Maricopa County a "reign of terror" enveloped much of the area. Pheonix, Paradise Valley, Buckeye, Carefree, Goodyear and Surprise were the towns and cities hardest hit by this devastating flood of lawlessness.

"Now that Shaquille O'Neal isn't around to protect and serve our society, everything is falling apart," said retiree Evans Williams.

O'Neal was stripped of his deputy sherrif badge after America's Toughest Sherrif, Joe Arpaio, saw a recording of the basketball star rapping.

"I hate rap music. I have no tolerance for that garbage. I only accept people who like classical music, opera, Frank Sinatra hits, obscenity-free patriotic music or educational songs," Arpaio said while cocking a gun.

"Rap music is directly related to crime, so it's evil. And it's also very fun. That's something none of my associates are allowed to experience," he finished, afterwhich he resumed beating a paraplegic inmate.

Meanwhile in Pheonix, law-abiding citizens gathered to protest Shaq's termination. If the violence doesn't end soon Arpaio will be forced to re-hire the foul-mouthed Sherrif Shaq.

The picture above was stolen from the extremely evil and socialist organization, The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

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