#rsrh ‘Sucking on a chili dog…’

…outside the Tastee Freez…

When his wife unveiled the USDA’s new nutritional plate yesterday, there definitely wasn’t a space for chili dogs.

But that didn’t stop Barack Obama wolfing down two in Toledo today – with fries and an extra bowl of chili on the side.

Oh, who am I kidding? The President’s entire life goal has been to gain enough socioeconomic status so that he would never have to voluntarily patronize a Tastee Freez.  What, this?  HAH!  That’s Obama hard at work there, neighbor; and the next seventeen months are going to be the first time this guy’s ever had to do anything like work since… before he went to college, actually.

Should be fun to watch.

Moe Lane

PS: Yeah.  Sorry about that.

Jack & Diane, John Cougar Mellencamp


  • Finrod says:

    I always liked Dog & Suds better than the Tastee Freez. Can’t go wrong with a good root beer float in a glass frosty mug. That, and having grown up in Indiana I’ve already heard enough John Mellencamp to last me a lifetime. Doesn’t help matters that Mellencamp is from southern Indiana and I’m from northern; in my view the only really good thing that ever came out of southern Indiana was Larry Bird.

  • tarpon says:

    You sure that’s him?

  • countrydoc says:

    So we got rid of the Food Pyramid and now have the Food Pie Chart, or something. How much money is spent of the repetitive message of each less sugar, eat more veggies? After 50 years of this, I think I’ve got the hang of it, thanks.

  • DavidL says:

    So FLOTUS, Pat Lady of the United States, wants us to change our diets. All you need to know about Mrs. Obama’s diet, is that it is not working.

  • Jeff says:

    Well, I don’t begrudge the guy the occasional chili dog, but he had one in Toledo that was NOT a Tony Pacos. That’s just wrong, I sorry, someone in his advance team needs to be slapped.

    Also, since we don’t have them around here, I was unaware Tastee Freez was an actual chain. Learnin’ new stuff all the time.

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