Tuesday, March 09, 2010


Focus. That's what we've come to expect from the White House. In the midst of a global war, with unemployment at all-time highs and with the economy trying to keep from drowning in the crapper, we've got some drone in the White House worried about an Easter Egg Hunt. Seriously.
A White House announcement Monday said the eggs at this year’s April 5 roll will be made from paperboard that contains no wood fibers from endangered forests, is recyclable and features vegetable-oil based inks and a water-based coating.
And no polar bears will be harmed during the egg hunt.

That's the most environmentally correct tripe I think I've ever seen. Of course, if they'd boil... oh, I don't know... real eggs, that would be environmentally correct too. But no, they've got to be "paperboard that contains no wood fibers from endangered forests."

The country is in the best of hands.


Termite said...

For this administration, real eggs would only be OK if they were from free range chickens fed organically grown chicken feed. These chickens would lay eggs in nests made from recycled shredded cardboard, while listening to John Denver's "Rocky Mountain High".......

J said...

>The country is in the best of hands.

Actually, it is.

Anonymous said...

Actually the less focused the small minded fools in the WH are, the better off we all probably are.

If it wasn't so frighteningly serious, the antics of these pathetic dolts might be amusing.

Gerry N.