Back in the day the Asian culture didn’t mess around with someone bringing this kind of disgrace upon themselves and their family without having some serious repercussions. Like a giant knife your belly.
Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.) today called for McKay to resign. But during today’s hearing before a subpanel of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Rep. Anh “Joseph” Cao, the Vietnamese-American Republican who represents New Orleans, suggested a harsher form of punishment.
“Mr. Stearns asked Mr. McKay to resign,” Cao said. “Well, in the Asian culture we do things differently. During the Samurai days, we just give you a knife and ask you to commit harakiri.”
What do you guys think? Too harsh, not harsh enough?
What’s incredibly frustrating about the greed of huge, multi-national corporations is that Hayward may not even lose his job over this and even if he does he’s sure to be the CEO of another company sooner or later.
I think death would actually be an easy way out. I think he should be stripped of all of his personal assets and be forced to live in a trailer on the Gulf Coast for the rest of his life with a huge sign on top of his trailer saying, “I’m the asshole that used to be the CEO of BP and and I personally oversaw the most devastating ecological disaster in American history.”