PETA to bring mini-hog farm to the Capitol

Ethel C. Fenig
Bringing coal to West Virginia--and just about every altered cliche you can think of--PETA, those radical animal lovers who slaughter the abandoned dogs left in their care, plans to do the symbolic obvious  according to Eric Zimmermann of The Hill. 
 
PETA wants to bring hog farm to Capitol

The group has submitted an application to Capitol Police to set up a a real-life hog farm on the steps of the Capitol, complete with urine, manure and fans to blow the odor around..

In a statement, PETA says it hopes to replicate the conditions that led to the spread of swine flu


Add your own easy symbolic joke or comment here. 

Bringing coal to West Virginia--and just about every altered cliche you can think of--PETA, those radical animal lovers who slaughter the abandoned dogs left in their care, plans to do the symbolic obvious  according to Eric Zimmermann of The Hill. 
 
PETA wants to bring hog farm to Capitol

The group has submitted an application to Capitol Police to set up a a real-life hog farm on the steps of the Capitol, complete with urine, manure and fans to blow the odor around..

In a statement, PETA says it hopes to replicate the conditions that led to the spread of swine flu


Add your own easy symbolic joke or comment here.