Yes, that’s right! The days of the asbestos-filled, coal-powered eggs and the environmentally hazardous egg-rollers that run on diesel fuel are coming to a merciful end:

(Fox News) – This year’s White House Easter Egg roll will be eggs-actly what the bunny ordered. The environmentally concerned bunny, that is.

A White House announcement Monday said the eggs at this year’s April 5 roll will be made from paperboard that contains no wood fibers from endangered forests, is recyclable and features vegetable-oil based inks and a water-based coating.

It’s about time. Just so you can see what a difference it makes, here are the environmentally-friendly eggs that will be used at Obama’s Easter Egg Roll:

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And here are the eggs that George W. Bush used in 2002:

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2 Responses to “Finally! An Environmentally Friendly White House Easter Egg Roll”

  1. Rick on March 9th, 2010 3:51 pm

    It’s hard to believe The Czarist One would use any egg but Faberge.

  2. Nanny on March 9th, 2010 9:26 pm

    Ahhhhh wouldn't it be easier to use REAL eggs? Like hard boiled and then decorated? Then they could be used at a homeless shelter to make egg salad sandwiches to feed the "less fortunate".

    What a bunch of eco hog wash!

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