June Reynolds of Townsend, Tennessee was hauled away by police still screaming this morning because she had apparently tried over 100 times to get through to someone who would help her sign up for Obamacare.
"That's the third one we have had to arrest for disturbing the peace", stated a deputy. "We had to warn about a dozen others."
This seems to be happening to people all over the country. Most of them, all it takes is several calls from their neighbors, then from the police and they get quiet but some have been pushed too far and they lose it.
In near-by Newport, one man went outside and fired his shotgun into the air out of frustration.
One woman in Morristown shaved her cat.
Back to June Reynolds, who finally calmed down and paid a small fine and promised she would do better in the future, our reporter asked her what pushed her over the edge.
"I made over 100 beeping calls. I mean the phone just beeped, not a vulgar word. Then I finally thought I'd stop trying and get some lunch. That was when the telephone rang. When I answered some trembling voiced lady told me she was glad she finally got through and wanted to know the best way I could set up her medical care under the President's new plan."
"After that, all I can remember is screaming and smoke coming from my toaster!"