Pink slime and a pink bowling ball
Republicans slime beautiful PINK!
By Joe Howard Crews
April 1, 2012
While on the campaign trail, Rick Santorum admonished a boy who was reaching for a pink bowling ball: "You're not gonna use the pink ball... Friends don't let friends use pink bowling balls." Seems Rick was fearful of being seen on camera bowling with an effeminate boy, who might be perceived as gay. Shameful! Would look really bad for Saint-torum!
A group of Republican governors toured a Nebraska meat processing plant to lend their support to "pink slime" made from waste meat products. The guv's were upset that processing plants in their states had lost so much in sales since the recent brouhaha over the dubious product. Millions of pounds of pink slime had to be discarded after cancelled sales to school cafeterias, McDonald’s and hundreds of grocers. Pink slime is made from slaughterhouse scraps previously used only for pet food and cooking oil, and treated with ammonium hydroxide to kill pathogens. A fine food indeed for school kids.
Do these Republican guv's actually eat this pink stuff themselves? Well, they did, and right on camera. As final proof, just remember the old saying "You are what you eat."
Is this all about pink slime or pink slime balls?