Connecticut Governor Pardons Lobster

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Connecticut Governor Pardons Lobster

While visiting southeastern Connecticut tourist attractions yesterday, Gov. Dan Malloy officially pardoned a 15-pound lobster at a Noank, CT restaurant and then released it into the Mystic River. What do you think?

  • “But if that lobster goes out and commits violent rape, it could cost this guy the next election.”

    Blake Guenther
    Intelligence Specialist
  • “Sadly, when that lobster gets home, he’s going to find an entire underwater town that’s moved on without him.”

    Shelly Woodson
    Dancing Instructor
  • “Finally, someone delivers on a campaign promise.”

    Marques Opad
    Ambulance Driver