Oh, no! Not this, too?

Is nothing sacred to the Greenies?

“I really do think it is overwhelmingly an American phenomenon,” said Allen Hershkowitz, a senior scientist at the global warming bastion, Natural Resources Defense Council.

“People just don’t understand that softness equals ecological destruction.”

“This is a product that we use for less than three seconds and the ecological consequences of manufacturing it…are enormous,” he said.

7 Responses to Oh, no! Not this, too?

  1. Kickapoo says:

    Wow! Worse than driving a gas-guzzlers Hummer, or living in a gigantic mansion like Al Gore or John Edward? Can I sell my carbon footprints like they do and keep my Charmin?

  2. Army of One says:

    Let’s all make a green commitment to stop buying this wasteful product altogether! Plus, think of the savings!

  3. Celia says:

    These liberals are so righteous in their authoritarian directives. Remember when Barbra Streisand told her fans to stop using clothes dryers because she thought the energy they used was damaging to the environment? Meanwhile aerial shots of her mansion showed NO clothes lines.
    It’s a good bet all of these Sustainability (the latest ecco-nut word) Clowns are using washing machines and not pounding their clothes on rocks. The are also wasting resources by showering and using modern appliances and cars. How about their computers? Could they part with them or their Blackberry? Hypocrites, all!!!

  4. Steve says:

    This was the logical next step for the liberal alarmists. I’m surprised they didn’t suggest we tear pages out of the Great Books to use instead. That will undoubtedly come next.

  5. Ron says:

    Or the bible, Steve. The pages are softer.

  6. Terry G. says:

    I would just ask those greenies to invest a little more than three seconds on the necessary chore. I may wind up eating dinner out next to one of them. Maybe I found a new reason to avoid restaurants.

  7. RA says:

    Hmmm… the Middle Easterners and much of South Asia used their left hands and sand for millenia. I’m not sure it’s done a lot for their temperaments.