Thursday, December 27, 2012

Would deporting Piers Morgan help with the trade imbalance?

Piers Morgan, the insult-slinging CNN talking head who got so rattled by a gun rights advocate last week that he completely lost his composure, is now the subject of a petition calling for his deportation from the U.S. I, for one, would not be sorry to see the British expatriate sent packing back to the island from whence he came. The problem is that, apparently, they don't want him back.

There are now three petitions extant: The first calls on the government to send him back. The second calls on the White House to keep him because the Brits don't want him back anyway. And the third is a petition in Britain, which says, "“We got rid of him once and why should we have to suffer again. The Americans wanted him so they should put up with him. We washed our hands of him a long time ago."

Maybe we can compromise. How 'bout if we lust fly him back halfway?


Lee said...

Don't think Piers can help with the trade imbalance. That would imply he's worth something.

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