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Boneless pig farmers lobby for their pork

January 28, 2009

pig1McDonalds is bringing back the boneless McRib Barbeque Sandwich in selected markets. Rocky believes that lobbying by the Boneless Pig Farmers of America for their piece of the “pork” in Obama’s $800 Billion stimulus package may explain this controversial culinary development.

From today’s Wall Street Journal:
“When you’ve got 800-plus billion dollars to spend, you’ll have an equal number of opinions on how it should be spent,” said Chris Galen, spokesman for the National Milk Producers Federation, the dairy industry’s main lobbying group.

Rocky respectfully disagrees with Mr. Galen’s comment. The world population is only 6.7 Billion, and there are far too few economists amongst that total to create 800 billion opinions.

Nonetheless, Rocky believes that much of the lobbying may be for naught. No matter what Obama tells him to drink, Rocky still prefers a Diet Coke with his McRib, rather than a pint of milk.

The Official website of the BPFAA (Boneless Pig Farmers of America): http://www.bonelesspigs.org/bonelesspigs_MMH.swf is well worth a visit.

  1. Porky
    January 28, 2009 at 9:41 am

    Are boneless pig farmers related to spineless politicians?

  2. January 28, 2009 at 3:39 pm

    Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment.

    Your comments are appalling.

    Visit http://www.peta.org for more information.

  3. OneEconomist
    January 28, 2009 at 4:03 pm

    regardless of the number of people in the world, or the number of economists, all you need is one economist to end up with over 800 billion opinions. rocky appears to have misunderestimated the number of opinions that one individual economist may have.

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