Teenagers Designing Public Policy – Great Idea

A high school project in New Jersey asked teens to design public policy.  They designed one that requires Big Brother to punish kids for making incorrect decisions, proving that government schools are doing a fine job of raising the next generation of sheep.

The new bill would fine kids caught possessing tobacco or smoking in public places.

The article quotes Marie Kakogiannis, a junior at Rutherford High School.   “I think it’s a great way for kids not to smoke, but kids are going to find a way to do it. But whatever the government could do to prevent it, they should.”

Only a high school junior, and she’s already a Nicotine Nazi.  Isn’t that cute?

1 Comment(s)

  1. They start them off young. I used to be one for much of my school years, but at about 14 the stick fell out of my ass.

    But the thing is that the young nicotine nazis is that they are either the goodies or the jocks. So they are either the kind of kids that brag about their virginity (which we all know how well respected that is) or they are the dipshits who ask you to feel their muscles.

    Harley | Mar 30, 2008 | Reply

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