PHOENIX, Arizona - The governor of the border state of Arizona, Jan Brewer, has just announced that she has met with a select committee and they have found an answer to the unruly school kids on a school bus problem.
Governor Jan "The Man" Brewer, as she is referred to by citizens of the Blue States informed Political Salad Bar Magazine that the incidents of unruly students on school buses has tripled in just the past two months.
She remarked that the idea of installing video cameras on the buses has only served to encourage some of the kids to play for the camera.
The governor explained that so far this year, a total of 29 school bus drivers in the Arizona public school system have resigned due to the increasingly deteriorating situation.
She explained that one day last week, a 19-year-old sophomore at Tucson's Sheriff Joe Arpaio High School commandeered the bus and drove it to a McDonald's.
The student drove through the drive thru and ordered Big Macs and Chicken McNuggets for 13 fellow students using the bus driver's school issued credit card.
Governor Brewer has stated that she will be issuing a Governor's Directive which she is 100 percent positive will take care of the out-of-control situation.
She went on to say that effective Monday, November 19, all Arizona public school bus drivers will be provided with state-issued taser guns.
The drivers will be instructed to use the taser guns if they feel that a student is being disrespectful, unruly, or using extremely vulgar language in front of his fellow students.