The BP life agency and other Corrupt Bastards Club members at BP have cancelled TheSpoof.com writer Cal Jenning's insurance for exposing them through comedy at TheSpoof.com.
Cal Jennings had no idea that his insurance was cancelled until he went to pick up his wife's pain medication for her cancer and found that they refused to fill the prescription because the insurance company denied it.
Here's what Cal Jennings had to say:
- "I can understand why BP would cancel my insurance. They are a small, struggling company who only makes billions in profit. They can't afford to be insuring disabled people who lost their jobs after working for them for years because of their disabilities. It's not right for people who are imperfect to claim insurance rights for only $466 a month. We should be ashamed of ourselves."
Cal Jennings' wife, LaRaine, was scheduled to have tests for her cancer next week, but since their insurance has been revoked back to April, they will not be able to afford the expensive tests. He can't even afford her medication.
"Serves them right," said one BP Corrupt Bastard spokesperson. "We can't be supporting people who lost the ability to do our bidding. It's not profitable. They should have budgeted their money better. Let them eat cake."