A drug-resistant strain of infection is spreading throughout state schools, and has been reported already at several Connecticut public schools and colleges.
It is spread through casual contact. This nasty infection can be warded off by properly washing, and staying clean.
It is highly resistant to penicillin and other antibiotics. If you contract it, it can be treated through other means. Monitoring of the illness, and a public information campaign are the keys to prevention, and the best tools for combating this severe, debilitating disease.
Am I talking about Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)?
No. I'm talking about liberalism. If you want to see what happens to you when you contract this nasty bug, see the videos below.
Usually spread from teacher-to-student contact in the schools, it is also spread student-to-student. Once contracted, it has been known to dog an individual, embarrassing them well into their advancing years.
If you suspect your child has been exposed, give him or her a Karen Silkwood wire-brush shower and send them to private school.
That is all. Carry on.