Ah, Tennessee, gateway to Somalia:
OBION COUNTY, Tenn. – Imagine your home catches fire but the local fire department won’t respond, then watches it burn. That’s exactly what happened to a local family tonight.
Each year, Obion County residents must pay $75 if they want fire protection from the city of South Fulton. But the Cranicks did not pay.
The mayor said if homeowners don’t pay, they’re out of luck.
This fire went on for hours because garden hoses just wouldn’t put it out. It wasn’t until that fire spread to a neighbor’s property, that anyone would respond.
Turns out, the neighbor had paid the fee.
OK, Wingnuttia, time to pack your bags and move to Tennessee and breath the fresh air of freedom.
UPDATE 1: Glenn Beck speaks, and naturally mocks the family:
UPDATE 2: Is anyone surprised that Consumer Advocate John Stossel says Burn, Baby, Burn?