Esteemed political thinker Rand Paul says that BHO's criticism of British Petroleum sounds "really un-American."
Paul is aligned with a group that calls itself the Tea Party, honoring an event in American history in which Colonial patriots boarded a ship in Boston Harbor and threw its cargo of tea into the water, protesting the French government's imposition of taxes on its American colonies without those colonies citizens being represented in the French Parliament.
Meanwhile, the Americans and the British have always been BFFs.
We promise not make this blog's subject matter all Paul. That would be appalling. But we are hard pressed to resist making obvious jokes when the man supplies a straight line a day.