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It is not surprising, really, that assholes with a political agenda will seize all sort of excuses to further their hobby horse.

Today we have motherfuckers like Michele Malkin saying such things as:

“I’ve blogged for years about the spread of contagious diseases from around the world into the U.S. as a result of uncontrolled immigration,” conservative columnist Michelle Malkin wrote on her Web site. “9/11 didn’t convince the open-borders zealots to put down their race cards and confront reality. Maybe the threat of their sons or daughters contracting a deadly virus spread from south of the border to their Manhattan prep schools will.”



This week’s dilemma is as follows:

You’ve been studying medicine for nearly eight years, and now you’re in the final year of med school. You have one more written exam left to take, and it’s been kicking your arse. You know that it could be the difference between you passing or failing your final year.

One day, you’re walking out of school, when you come across some official looking papers on the ground. They are the answers to your upcoming exam.

What do you do? Do you study and memorize the answers, knowing that you probably wont get caught, or do you hand it in without even looking?

What would you do?