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Chocolate milk and carcinogenic cookies

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Come to momma’s bossom and let her take care of your massive toxic oil spill.

Representative Gene Taylor (D-Mississippi) has drawn criticism for taking a decidedly infantile and idiotic approach to describing the massive oil spill that is threatening the fragile Mississippi River delta. After Rep. Taylor a helicopter tour of the spill, he first said that the spill was “bad” but then elaborated by saying that the oil was like “chocolate milk” and “would break up naturally”.

Chocolate milk? Really? I know that certain people in the House of Representatives behave like kindergarteners, but do we really want our elected officials to discuss national disasters with us like we just woke up from nap time? I’m gonna assume Rep. Taylor is actually a big boy and understands the difference between chocolate milk and toxic petroleum. A quick search of OpenSecrets.org however reveals that Rep. Taylor received over $25,000 in campaign contributions from Chevron Oil, so maybe calling oil “chocolate milk” is him just doing his corporate masters’ bidding.

Clearly toddler talk is the hot new political PR strategy. Are you taking campaign money from Toyota? Well when someone asks about their safety violations just answer “I like cars that go fast!” Did your friends at Blackwater slaughter innocent Iraqis? Just make machine gun sounds! It could even work for sex scandals “I’m not fucking my Argentina mistress on tax payer dollars because girls have cooties in their buh-giners.”

Baby steps to intelligent honest discourse people, baby steps.

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Written by Your Benevolent Editor

May 3, 2010 at 4:37 pm

Posted in Congress

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  1. a person a new thousand with regard to producing this

    Lasonya Bogenschutz

    July 11, 2010 at 4:30 am


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