U.S. Government Building Denial Centers and Depression Camps for 2012 Election

The Department of Homeland Security and FEMA announced today that they will begin the construction of several thousand denial centers and a few hundred depression camps around the country. These facilities will be used for Republican voters after the re-election of President Barack Obama in November 2012. The Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano said today in the news conference. “There will be a huge gathering of Republican voters who will be distraught and lost after the re-election of Barack Obama. Right now they are fighting an uphill battle and believe they have a shot at winning, but when they lose, this false sense of hope will blow up.” She then went on to say, “We can’t have a population of depressed, ignorant people wandering the streets of America. So we will offer them help with the top doctors and specialists.”


Construction is said to be done in August of 2012, with the first facility being opened in Tuscaloosa, AL on November 1st 2012. The U.S. government urges Republicans to sign up now because space will be limited and will work on a first come, first serve basis.

Republicans can reserve a spot on the Homeland Security website, where they can also search for a facility closest to their homes.

 

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