Here's another homeland security outrage that sounds like it could (and certainly should) be a hoax: According to this local news report, an Ohio high school principal called in the Secret Service to question a student for wearing a shirt announcing "George Bush, not my president." (In case you hadn't heard, police are denying the 2600 account of an amateur photographer who said the Secret Service hassled him and called him a "raghead collaborator." Uniformed denial doesn't necessarily make the story false, of course, but it sounded fishy from the beginning.)
This new story doesn't only sound too bad to be true; it actually reads like a parody. But it's from a local news broadcast, which often really are *that* bad. Link via Lane McFadden.