When Ann Arbor decriminalized marijuana in 1974, I doubt they ever knew the move would lead to this:
It chronicles the story of PACho Libre in the fight of his life to preserve more than $20 million in funding for Michigan’s failing school system. Set in a seedy Mexican wrestling ring, PACho faces the forces of the evil “Legislator,” who has an undefeated record of 77 cost cutting measures.
The fight begins, and just as PACho is about to be “held accountable” by the cost cutting forces of the “Legislator,” an orphaned boy (I couldn’t make this up if I tried) gives him a PAC contribution. It is his only hope.
With new-found energy from the orphan’s PAC donation, PACho KOs the evil legislative forces and wins new funding for the michigan school system.
Give it a watch if you have a spare moment and want to see how far teachers unions will go to convince themselves political money is their savior.