Paris Hilton's Energy Policy [video]

Tue, 2008-08-05 18:26Kevin Grandia
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Paris Hilton's Energy Policy [video]

So who knew Paris Hilton was an energy pundit. Outside of her platform on offshore oil, I think she hits the nail on the head. But the whole painting the White House pink thing… not so much. Enjoy!

You can click here to go to the Ad for Paris Hilton Presidential Campaign - I've always found Funny or Die.com's embedded videos to be somewhat choppy.

See more Paris Hilton videos at Funny or Die

Previous Comments

The last desperate hope of a dying cult.

Please explain to those less enlightened how anything related to this post ties into censorship, Gary.

It was a message to the mediator about a post from the prevous night that was censored out.
They do that quite often when they don’t like the way a thread is going.

I don’t know what Gary’s talking about. And if anyone thinks they’re hearing distant, plaintiff whimpers from the commenter once known as “Rob,” he was warned - again and again - about language that was obscene and comments that were specifically libelous. He chose to continue, so, bye bye.

When you’re outclassed and outsmarted by Paris Hilton on energy policy your times up! Time to pack it in John McCain.

i don’t love paris but i don’t hate her either. She really surprises me most of the time. The video is so funny. presidential candidate in bathing suit? so paris!

The Closet System

 

…doesn’t include a call for conservation, only for offshore drilling and development of alternatives. So I’m not yet ready to take her seriously as a candidate.

http://www.astronomy-blog.com/

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