Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Food and Political Parties
According to an article in the dining section of New York Times today, what you eat, can indicate which political candidate you might be learning towards. How weird is that? For example, if you like white wine and Fig Newtons, you might be vote for Hillary but if you prefer olive oil and something called Bear Naked granola, you're an Obama Girl.
Also, some foods are supposedly Republican and some Democratic. Did you know Dr. Pepper is a Republican soda? Seriously, how can that be true? Didn't anyone see those commercials from the 70's with David Naughton dancing around, drinking Dr. Pepper, singing 'Wouldn't you like to be a Pepper too?" Does that sound Republican to you? Unless it was some kind of brainwashing.
Now drinking brown liquors like boubon and scotch, being the Republican drinks of choice I can believe. We all know about our President's former love of Jim Beam. And didn't JR Ewing drink bourbon and branch on Dallas? You know that he was a Republican. Since I don't like red wine, I'll glad leave that to my Republican brethren, and hope that Ann Coulter spills her next glass, although that might be why she wears all those little black dresses on her skanky right-wing ass.
Anyway, read the article and tell me what you think. Do you agree or disagree with this theory? Ever seen a Republican in Popeye's?
P.S. - Apparently Cindy McClain's family receipes on the McCain web-site came from the Food Network! Quelle Scandal! Of course they blamed the intern. Why is always the intern?