30 May 2007

Lauer; Bush; presidential hopefuls all apologising for not finishing their supper

After challenging New Jersey Govenor Jon Corzine for not wearing a seat belt, "Today" show co-host Matt Lauer apologised today for an interview with Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney in which neither man wore a seat belt while driving through New Hampshire.

In an interview NBC is now using to promote the "Today" show, Lauer is shown questioning Corzine about the example he set, since New Jersey has a mandatory seat belt law. Following the accident, Corzine apologised, paid a fine as well as his hospital bills and taped a public service announcement promoting seat belt usage. Its the one that goes "Hi, I'm Governor Jon Corzine and I should be dead." Hahahaha!

Meanwhile, President Bush was criticised this month after he was shown driving unbelted on his Texas ranch... on the back of a bucking bronco.

Republican presidential contender Romney apologised for not wearing his belt in the Lauer interview, saying in a statement:
"Sometimes I forget to wear my seat belt. For my own safety, I need to keep reminding myself to buckle up."

OH GOD, will you ALL please just shut the FUCK up.

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