The spoofers of Not So Pure Michigan are at it again.

This time, the focus of their parody is the Flint water crisis. The group's latest video mocks the lead-contaminated drinking water that has caused a public health crisis in the historic Michigan city, as well as state officials who have come to bear at least part of the blame.

But is it too soon to be making fun of a situation that has imperiled the health of thousands, including children? At least some of the comments on the YouTube video seem to suggest as much.

What do you think? Is it fair satire or does it amount to putting salt in a still-open wound?