I’m trying to get my malaka of the week rhythm back. It shouldn’t be hard since there’s so much malakatude out there. This week’s “honoree” is a Mississippi State Rep who thinks the Magnolia state can rename an international body of water.
Riding upon a chariot of Hummers driven by bald eagles, Mississippi Rep. Steve Holland filed a guns blazing cowboy steak of a bill, proudly waving our nation’s red, white and God-fearing blue to protect ourAmerican coastal waters. This week, Holland introducedH.B. 150 to Mississippi’s House of RepresentativesMarine Resources Committee — a bill that, in summary, would “for all official purposes” rename the Gulf of Mexico (or “body of water south of Mississippi”) the “Gulf of America.”
For all official purposes within the State of Mississippi, the body of water that is located directly south of Hancock, Harrison and Jackson Counties shall be known as the “Gulf of America.” … This act shall take effect and be in force from and after July 1, 2012.
And just in time for the Fourth of July weekend.
What tickles me about this exercise in malakatudinous futility is this douchebag’s last name: Holland. Sounds suspiciously foreign (pronounced furrin) to me so I think Rep. Holland ought to change his moniker. As it stands, he sounds like a dope smoking, red light district legalizing, Socialist furriner.
Maybe Malaka Holland should put down his hash pipe and change his last name to something manly and American before he presumes to change the name of the Gulf. Any ideas, gentle readers? This bozo hasn’t got a clue and that’s why he’s malaka of the week.