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Incarcerex: Talk to your Spin Doctor Today

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For politicians who suffer from "fear of losing your election" Incarcerex might just be what the spin doctor ordered for the treatment of Chronic Re-Election Paranoia (CREEP):


This brilliant pharmaceutical spoof by the Drug Policy Alliance is now an ad for the Yes on Prop 5 campaign (and against Proposition 6). LAist has more background information on Prop 5 and Prop 6.