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February 7, 2011

Code Pinkos Rescued by Big Oil

Posted by Dave Blount at February 7, 2011 11:30 AM

With chaos erupting in Egypt, Donna Boyd, a 55-year-old moonbat from Portland, set off on an ill-fated trip with a friend from Seattle, planning to meet up with Code Pinkos in Cairo so they could throw their weight behind the revolution before traveling to Gaza to agitate in support of terrorists. Unsurprisingly, they found themselves in a situation way over their heads. Soon all they wanted was to get back to their Left Coast Starbucks, but escaping Egypt proved difficult. Fortunately…

They found a group of other Westerners and stayed with them. Turned out they were a group of Shell Oil employees who had chartered a flight out of Egypt.
In the end, the two women left Cairo on that flight to Amsterdam.
"We were treated like royalty," Boyd said.
Shell put the two women up in a hotel in the Netherlands, where they plan to stay until Wednesday when they have a flight home.

For an example of how Code Pink treats the oil industry, those with strong stomachs can click here to see a shot of cofounder Medea Benjamin unlikely to appear as a Playboy centerfold.

On a tip from BURNING HOT. Hat tip: Big Peace.