Sheryl Crow's Satire  

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

It's satire. It's got to be. Come on, now.

"I propose a limitation to be put on how many squares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting. I think we are industrious enough people to make it work with only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where two to three could be required."
The radio was ablaze yesterday with people talking about this. Five hours of driving, and this was nearly all I heard about. At some point someone HAD to reveal that this was all one big joke. I was laughing at people's gullibility. After all, something like this is just a bit too extreme to be taken seriously, even by the most whacked-out enviro-nutjob. Even my nutty cousin would be laughing hysterically at this (I think ...).

Well the revelation never came, which brings forth another thought, and the libs really need to take this seriously: Can we now agree that the liberal "environmental" movement is a joke? Isn't this foolishness proof positive that environmentalist wackos like Sheryl Crow have something other than America's best interests at heart when they spew their nonsense?

Come on. I have a lot of trouble believing these people don't see just how foolish they are, especially when they're going to these extremes.

This is all just too funny.


Update 2:05PM: Sheryl now says it was a joke.
And by the way guys, the toilet paper was a JOKE!!
A joke perhaps, Ms. Crow. But it's quite illustrative of the lunacy that passes for the Left's WACKY positions with regard to "The Environment".