Wisconsin Governor Announces Deadbeat Tenant Prison Program.
Due to generations of Deadbeat Tenants causing untold expense and heartache for landlords and the neighbors who have to put up with their crap, the governor of Wisconsin has decided to get serious about ending this drain on society.
In this new one strike and your out law, instead of giving deadbeats a handout of a deposit so they can go on to the next landlord victim, they will be imprisoned until all debts are paid to the current and past landlords that they have victimized by their actions.
Dave Leachalot of the Deadbeat Tenants Association had this to say...
“Totally unfair, we should be able to screw over the man anytime that we want to, it’s our constitutional right. Sure I left my last 10 landlords with over $10,000 each in unpaid rent and damages, but hey the place was a dump and totally uninhabitable within a month of getting moved in. They should have warned me that it would deteriorate that quickly before I moved in, maybe I should sue.”
A few of the highlights of this new law include;
- All deadbeats will remain in prison until all rents, damages, and pain and suffering have been paid to each of their landlord victims.
- All deadbeats will be required to spend 4 hours per day on forced work details cleaning up the kind of filth that they have left for landlords in their wake.
- All deadbeats will be required to take classes and PASS a test on various job skills and “living in a home” skills.
- All tenants must also keep a good job during their incarceration with their entire paychecks allocated toward paying off their debts and creating a fund for them to use when they try to re-enter the housing market again.
The Governor estimates that 80% of those going through this program will learn to be positive citizens within a year or two of the program. They will re-integrate into society with new pride in themselves and a new resolve to care for the homes and communities that they live in.
Though many deadbeats are protesting this new legislation, others including responsible tenants, landowners and taxpayers are celebrating.
Most of the jubilation that these citizens are celebrating involves the lower rents, lower taxes, better looking neighborhoods, and brighter future that we are sure to experience with this improvement.