The president of the Gorilla Glue Co. has a message: Its product, while terribly effective as an adhesive, should not be used to glue anyone to their seat.
Especially not the president of the United States.
In response to former Georgia Gov. and U.S. Sen. Zell Miller’s comments Thursday that President Barack Obama should have Gorilla Glue placed in his Oval Office chair and be told to “sit awhile,” Gorilla Glue President Peter Ragland felt compelled to respond.
In a statement to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Ragland said:
“Zell Miller’s recent comments have thrust our product and company into the limelight. While our products are known for being strong and tough, we certainly would not advocate attempting to glue the leader of the free world to his chair.”
MIller’s comments came in Atlanta in a speech to the annual gathering of the American Legislative Exchange Council, a national organization of conservative state lawmakers. Miller was complaining that Obama has been