Justice Scalia Is Exxon Mobil's Employee Of The Year
For the second straight year, Exxon Mobil, the world's largest oil company, presented Supreme Court Justice Anton Scalia with it's venerated Employee of the Year Award. In addition to a beautiful solid gold statue of an oil derrick, Scalia will also receive four million dollars in a secret Swiss bank account and the continuing use of the Exxon Mobil corporate jet for free vacations for his entire family to the destination of his choosing.
In accepting his award, Scalia said, "I am gratified to once again be recognized as employee of the year by a company that has supported me in every way possible. That is why I have pledged my complete allegiance to Exxon Mobil and have sworn to protect it against all enemies, foreign and domestic."
Previous winners of Exxon Mobil's Employee of the year Award include President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and the entire editorial board of the Wall Street Journal.