It doesn’t get much better than this.
“It ain’t because of the raw milk,” he told the newspaper. “With that many people around and that close quarters and in that air and environment, I just call it a big germ. All that Capitol is is a big germ.”
He also said that mass illness is common when the state legislature convenes, calling it “the Capitol crud.”
The paper also reported the state’s public health bureau opened an investigation Tuesday after receiving a complaint about the raw milk.
Cadle told the newspaper that he passed around raw milk to those who wanted to “live dangerously” on Thursday in the House chambers. He then missed work Monday because of a stomach bug, but returned to the Capitol on Tuesday.
He said it was just it bad timing.
“There’s nobody up there that got sick off that milk,” he told the paper.
Well, I’m sorry they got sick, but, [snort]