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Advice for Mitt Romney

It’s odd that I, a candidate for President of the United States, would give an opponent advice.  But after Mitt Romney bungled his foreign campaign trip, I can offer him some friendly advice.  There are only 98 days until Election Day and I doubt he will be doing any more campaigning overseas.  Below is some tidbits he can use abroad:

  • Answer the media’s questions. – If you don’t talk to the media, the media will attack.  They will say that you are “out of touch” or that other candidates give out better donuts at press conferences.
  • Find out the cultures of the countries you will visit and don’t step on their toes. –  People will frown on incidents like eating bacon at the Wailing Wall or saying “Erin go Bragh” at a bar in London.
  • Mingle with the people. – You represent America more than most Americans because you are applying for leadership.  America has a bad image overseas except for cities after I have campaigned there.  The more likable America is, the less likely we will be attacked in the future.
  • Refrain from bragging about America’s greatness.  America is a great country, but the first thing people will do after hearing that is ask, “If it’s a great country, why in the hell are you campaigning in my country?”.

Follow this advice in the future and you will have a more successful trip overseas.  The  people there will tweet the people here to vote for you.  (Unless they don’t have a Twitter account.)

July 31, 2012 Posted by | commentary, editorial, foreign policy, humor, media, politics, Romney, satire | , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Advice for Mitt Romney

Breakfast Pot Pie

I think it is about time there is a pot pie for breakfast.  It is too early for turkey or chicken, but the right time for breakfast sausage.

Ingredients:

1 pie crust

8 – 10 strips of cooked bacon

6  eggs

2 cups sausage gravy

In a 9″ x 2″ round pie plate, place the bottom layer of pie crust.  Add a layer of sausage gravy.  In a seperate frying pan, scramble the six eggs and cook until slightly loose.  Place eggs in the pie plate.  Layer the bacon on top of the eggs.  Pour the rest of the sausage gravy on the sausage.  Place the top pie crust layer on top.

Bake at 350° for 30 minutes until crust is brown.  Allow five minutes for cooling.  Serves 6-8.

Other recipes:

Sausage Parfait

Strawberry Stroganoff

Limburger Cheesecake

January 17, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, satire, Uncategorized | , , , , , | 8 Comments

   

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