Skip to comments.Bodies Doubled Up Again At Cook County Morgue (Sour economy even hurting dead people)
Posted on 10/07/2011 7:28:01 AM PDT by Libloather
Bodies Doubled Up Again At Cook County Morgue
October 6, 2011 5:42 AM
CHICAGO (CBS) The Cook County Morgue is once again double-stacking bodies on trays in its cooler.
As WBBM Newsradios Steve Miller reports, at least 30 trays are being stacked on the cooler at the county Medical Examiners Office, 2121 W. Harrison St.
We shouldve had a burial in September but we didnt, said county Medical Examiner Dr. Nancy Jones.
There are several reasons why no burial happened, Jones said.
One reason is that the plain wood coffins for unclaimed bodies, which the Medical Examiners office calls burial shells, may be on back order.
(Excerpt) Read more at chicago.cbslocal.com ...
President Urkel. Bringing Chicago to America one city at a time.
“Burial shells”? WTF?
Cook County? Yup, they will no doubt vote themselves taxpayer funds to fix their stranded status ... but they will keep on voting, you can be sure of that in a democrap stronghold.
Why not cremate? Saves space, no need for a big wooden box.
This is the advantage of letting each state try to deal with the economy in its own way. Wisconsin keeps taxes low, create a business-friendly environment and fights its deficits by cutting spending and it creates jobs. Next door, Illinois was taken over by the Dems, who jacked up taxes and spending. And the economy goes into an even worse tailspin to the point where bodies start piling up in morgues.
Why don't they go to a local appliance store and see if they have some cardboard boxes laying around?
Keeping them on ice until its time to vote for Rahm, again. Wouldn't be the first time.
Don’t worry. They’ll still vote Democrat.
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