But Thats None Of My Business

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Right cheers Sununu’s jabs at Obama as lapdog media clutch pearls

http://twitter.com/#!/KurtSchlichter/status/225263885236703232

Gloves. Off.

Romney surrogate John Sununu blasted President Obama during a conference call today, calling out the president’s infuriating belief that American entrepreneurs “didn’t build” their businesses.

"I wish this president would learn how to be an American." Sununu on conf call

— Sam Youngman (@samyoungman) July 17, 2012

Sununu corrects self: Obama "has to learn the American formula for creating businesses"

— Toby Harnden (@tobyharnden) July 17, 2012

[AUDIO] Sununu: ‘I wish this president would learn how to be an American’ http://t.co/6uU4yol9

— Matt Lewis (@mattklewis) July 17, 2012

Sununu’s remarks in context, via Matt Lewis:

“The men and women all over America who have worked hard to build these businesses,” Sununu said, “is how our economy became the envy of the world. It is the American way. And I wish this president would learn how to be an American.”

Sununu later clarified that his comments were regarding the economy, saying: “The president has to learn the American formula for creating business.”

Quick! Somebody grab the smelling salts for the Smarter Than You™ media types and liberal hacks. They’re barely hanging onto their pearls as they stage-swoon delicately onto their fainting couches.

Don't think the Sununun "clarification" will work. Try, "I have to stop doing these calls shit-faced drunk."

— David Frum (@davidfrum) July 17, 2012

Romney camp should invest in rolls of duct tape to keep their surrogates on message. #Sununu #Gillespie

— Goldie Taylor (@goldietaylor) July 17, 2012

For kicks, I'm about to order and send a copy of the #Negropedia to Sununu… http://t.co/DVSHo0f9

— Goldie Taylor (@goldietaylor) July 17, 2012

So yeah, don't really think you're going to hear the Romney campaign ask the Obama campaign to apologize anymore after what just happened.

— Ethan Klapper (@ethanklapper) July 17, 2012

Please, pull out birth certificate again? “@politico: Via @dylanbyers — John Sununu questions Obama's American-ness: http://t.co/EkgMxUm7

— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) July 17, 2012

Does Trump envy Sununu?

— Dylan Byers (@DylanByers) July 17, 2012

Neat. Watch Reuters @samyoungman spin the Sununu bomb into a Birther issue http://t.co/1LKBifJR Z-E-R-O mention of #YouDidntBuildThat

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) July 17, 2012

Romney camp goes birther-curious http://t.co/3DmkS6wu #itgetsbetter

— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) July 17, 2012

i.e. Romney camp embraces Fox News; RT @pamspaulding Romney surrogate: Obama should ‘learn how to be an American’ – http://t.co/jIFeLGsL

— Eric Boehlert (@EricBoehlert) July 17, 2012

Why hello there, media bias. You’re looking blatant as ever.

The level of outrage over Sununu's remarks, contrasted with the level of outrage over Team Obama's "felon" remarks, is a case-study in bias.

— RB (@RBPundit) July 17, 2012

right on cue… the left is starting to wrap the Sununu comment into birtherism.

— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) July 17, 2012

And of course, as the lapdog media and progressive parrots spin Sununu’s on-target attack into evidence of birtherism and racism, the Obama campaign is milking this for all it’s worth. And then some.

Obama campaign's response to Sununu conference call: “The Romney campaign has officially gone off the deep end."

— Sarah Boxer (@Sarah_Boxer) July 17, 2012

Why are they really yammering about this? Because Sununu’s remark was so effective.

They want to silence Sununu because he's effective. It's an effort to make Romney adopt the losing, kid-glove strategy of McCain.

— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 17, 2012

And Sununu forced the media to acknowledge President Obama’s utter disregard for business owners.

Remember when I said Sununu's grenade would force MSM reporting of #YouDidntBuildThat? You're welcome. http://t.co/ddK4XFBy

— Cuffé (@CuffyMeh) July 17, 2012

One of Mitt Romney’s top surrogates Tuesday morning said he wished President Obama “would learn how to be an American.”

In a conference call with reporters, former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu criticized President Obama’s comments in Virginia on Friday when, talking about how the government builds infrastructure, the president said, “If you’ve got a business, you didn’t build that.”

BOOM! The lapdogs at ABC had no choice but to cover the president’s outrageous assault on entrepreneurs if they wanted a chance to knock Sununu around.

You know, it’s odd, but we don’t recall the in-the-tank media freaking out over Obama’s attack on Romney’s patriotism.

Question for the reporters on Sununu's fainting couch: Has Obama "clarified" his advertisements saying that Mitt is unamerican?

— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 17, 2012

Obama questions Romney's patriotism in multiple ads = Hard-hitting!!! … Romney surrogate questions Obama's patriotism = Off limits!!!

— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 17, 2012

Or Bush’s patriotism.

Regarding the Sununu comment which it seems was about economy, same people outraged didn't say a word about Obama calling bush unpatriotic.

— AG (@AG_Conservative) July 17, 2012

Obama explicitly called Bush "unpatriotic" in 2008, never backed off, media shrugged. #SeeHowThisWorks?

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) July 17, 2012

And Team Obama’s continued insistence that Romney may very well be a felon seems to be peachy keen with the lapdog media.

Obama's surrogates raise "felon" word, campaign doubles down. Sununu instantly corrects, yet media types in my feed pissing themselves.

— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) July 17, 2012

Sunnunu should have called the president a felon. That would have been fine.

— Daniel Foster (@DanFosterType) July 17, 2012

https://twitter.com/llondo/statuses/225262534595330049

Conservatives easily anticipated the media reaction before it even began: omit context, thump chests, cry birther. Rinse. Repeat.

Sununu makes clear his 'Obama not American' comment meant Obama's approach to how American economy works. Look for media to ignore that,

— John Nolte (@NolteNC) July 17, 2012

The same media that ignored Obama's comment on how businesses are built, can now blow me over Sununu's comment in response.

— Christine (@cmdeb) July 17, 2012

Something tells me @ThinkProgress and the rest of the Democrat Media Complex won't bother with "context" regarding Sununu's comments. #tcot

— RB (@RBPundit) July 17, 2012

https://twitter.com/llondo/statuses/225262964805079040

But the usual media nonsense isn’t going to sway conservatives from embracing Sununu’s jabs at the president.

Sununu stands atop a pyramid of skulls, holding the severed head of Axelrod and the horde bellows MOARRR!

— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) July 17, 2012

Team Obama has suggested Romney is a felon, but Sununu is the one who is "over-the-top"? Let's show them over-the-top, Team Romney. #fire

— RB (@RBPundit) July 17, 2012

Romney needs an Army of Sununus.

— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 17, 2012

Well, as long as that army isn’t responsible for recommending Supreme Court nominees.

Dear John Sununu, sic 'em.

— Jimmie (@jimmiebjr) July 17, 2012

Let's face facts. A Biden Sununu debate would be epic.

— Jim Acosta (@JimAcostaCNN) July 17, 2012

Sorry, lapdogs, we’re on to you.

Sununu only made an "error" if you view the world through the prism the Democrat Media Complex has created. This is why they must be crushed

— RB (@RBPundit) July 17, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/07/17/fight-like-sununu-conservatives-cheer-sununus-jabs-at-obama-as-lapdog-media-clutch-pearls/


But Thats None Of My Business

But Thats None Of My Business

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15 Crazy Facts About Some Of The World’s Lesser-Known Countries

Wait, which country uses giant carved stones as a form of currency? Thanks to this Quora thread.

1. Kiribati is the world’s only country to fall within all four hemispheres.

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Because the nation of Kiribati is comprised of numerous small islands spread throughout the Pacific Ocean, it just so happens to have territory located in all of the earth’s four hemispheres (Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western).

(Source: Quora)

2. The island nation of Niue has coins featuring Disney characters, Star Wars characters, and more.

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Located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean and with only about 1,200 residents, the small island nation of Niue is one of the most remote in the world. Although Niue is largely self-governing, it does maintain ties with New Zealand; Niue’s ties to New Zealand include having that country’s mint create Niue’s coins. The Disney coins were released in 2014, and although they are technically worth $25 in Niue’s currency, the actual value of the coins is much higher — the rarest of which is a gold coin worth $40,000.

(Source: Quora)

3. Ethiopia still follows a traditional calendar that is seven years behind the rest of the world.

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Because of the strong presence of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the country, the traditional calendar of that church is still influential in Ethiopia. The calendar came about in the 16th century when most of Christianity changed the date Jesus is believed to have been born on, but those in Ethiopia decided to maintain the original date. Because of the time discrepancy, Ethiopia held celebrations for the new millennium in 2007, seven years after the rest of the world.

(Source: Quora)

4. Greenland is unable to join FIFA because the ground there can’t grow a grass field.

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Because of the country’s climate, the ground is generally covered in ice or permafrost, making it nearly impossible to grow enough grass to form a regulation-size soccer field. Most games are simply played on dirt/gravel.

(Source: Quora)

(And yes, Greenland is technically not an independent country. ¯_(ツ)_/¯ )

5. The country of Nauru does not have a capital city.

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Although many consider the Yaren District, which houses most of the government offices, to be the de facto capital of the island.

(Source: Quora)

6. Speaking of Nauru, it also holds the distinction of being the fattest nation in the world.

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Due to the popularity of Western-style fast food that was brought to the country following the island’s financial success in phosphate mining, the average citizen of Nauru has a BMI of between 34 and 35. For reference, a normal BMI is between 18.5 and 24.9.

(Source: Quora)

7. Tuvalu received $50 million in exchange for the rights to the nation’s lucrative internet domain, .tv.

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And although that might seem like a lot of money, in recent years the government of Tuvalu has argued that it is not receiving as much money in royalties as it deserves, as the country faces increasing financial hardships.

(Source: Quora)

8. The most isolated tree in the world was located in the middle of the Sahara Desert in Niger.

Michel Mazeau / Via en.wikipedia.org

Known as the Tree of Ténéré (or L’Arbre du Ténéré to locals, as Niger’s official language is French), this small acacia tree was separated from any other trees by a distance of 250 miles. The tree was used for years as a landmark for anyone traveling through the desert until it was knocked down (allegedly) by a drunk driver in 1973. Because of course, the driver just had to hit the only thing around for miles.

(Source: Quora)

9. One of the islands in the Federated States of Micronesia uses giant carved stones as a form of currency.

Eric Guinther / Via en.wikipedia.org

The Federated States of Micronesia is a country made up of numerous islands spread across the Pacific Ocean, including the island state of Yap. And on Yap, instead of paper currency, the traditional form of money has been giant limestone discs (rai stones), which are considered rare and important because the limestone originated on another island far away. Of course, the sheer size of these stones makes it difficult for them to actually be moved, so most times, payment with the stones is simply based on oral agreement rather than any physical exchange. But just FYI, in modern times, these stones are generally only used for traditional purposes and most money exchanges occur with dollar bills.

(Source: Quora)

10. There are 23 native languages recognized by the government in Guatemala.

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Overall, about 40% of the population speaks one of these languages, including Quiche, Kekchi, and Mam.

(Source: Quora)

11. In 1973, Bhutan instituted a policy to measure the nation’s Gross National Happiness (as opposed to the more typical Gross Domestic Product).

AFP / Getty Images ROBERTO SCHMIDT

Although the policy didn’t take away from working on the economy, it did help to think about that sort of government work on the same level as protecting cultural traditions and ensuring a fair life for all citizens. In recent years, though, leaders have begun to move away from this rhetoric of happiness in favor of a more traditionally political discussion.

(Source: Quora)

12. A 2007–2008 Gallup poll found Estonia to be the least religious country in the world.

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The poll asked respondents from around the world, “Is religion an important part of your daily life?” Only 14% of Estonians answered in the affirmative, the lowest of all nations. In contrast, in that same poll, Egypt had a 100% “yes” rate.

(Source: Quora)

13. San Marino has the highest amount of automobiles per people in the world.

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A 2010 study found that the tiny nation of San Marino, which is located entirety within Italy, had 1,139.06 cars per 1,000 people — the only nation in the study, in fact, that had more cars than citizens.

(Source: Quora)

14. Papua New Guinea, with only 6.5 million residents, contains about 12% of the world’s spoken languages.

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Although most are spoken by fewer than 1,000 people, there are more than 800 indigenous languages used in Papua New Guinea.

(Source: Quora)

15. Liechtenstein is the world’s largest producer of false teeth.

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Even with just under 40,000 residents, the Principality of Liechtenstein is a major powerhouse when it comes to the production of false teeth. In 2010, it was manufacturing about 60 million false teeth, which was one-fifth of the total amount of false teeth produced worldwide.

(Source: Quora)

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/adamdavis/crazy-facts-about-lesser-known-countries


Obama dealing in bad faith with Congress; favorability hits new low

https://twitter.com/#!/greybeard411/status/182189394709577728

Jeffrey Klein at Examiner.com:

If you felt a profound sense of public perception break-through from the results of the New York Times/CBS poll that came out a week ago–revealing President Obama’s approval rating had fallen to the … ‘lowest point ever recorded’ in this history of this poll,’–then the revelations from the lead Washington Post article yesterday will hit the ball out of the park for you.

The 4,600 word article, written by Peter Wallsten, Lori Montgomery and Scott Wilson, is a chronicle of the tense national debt-ceiling increase negotiations that occurred in the last part of July 2011.

These negotiations, critical to the financial efficacy of the nation, are considered by many political analysts to be the first, seminal test of Barack Obama’s central campaign theme of ushering in a new, non-partisan way of doing business in Washington–especially after Democrat’s November shellacking by the Tea Party candidates caused them to lose control of the House, and usher in a starkly divided government.

From the linked Washington Post article:

His plan backed away from earlier positions on taxes in a number of ways, including pushing the top rate below 35 percent. But there was a deal-breaker for the Republicans — a demand for additional tax increases to match proposed cuts to Medicare and Medicaid. To keep the health-care cuts, a critical component of the deal for the GOP, Republicans would have to swallow about $400 billion more in tax hikes — a 50 percent jump from the figure that had been under discussion.

Inside the White House, the offer reflected the new political reality shaped by the Gang of Six. In light of that farther-reaching proposal, White House officials worried that the deal under discussion with Boehner would meet resistance, particularly among Obama’s Democratic supporters. Higher taxes explicitly targeted toward the wealthy offered an element of fairness, in the White House view, and a way to sweeten any deal for the Democratic base.

Obama aides said the new offer also reflected their frustration at what they described as an unrelenting effort by the GOP to cut safety-net programs. “They say: ‘You moved the goal posts. You derailed this entire thing,’ ” said a senior administration official. “But it was simply a recognition of what they were demanding.”

The official said the Republicans wanted “game changers” on Medicare and Social Security; they said they needed an “Obama scalp.”

“We said, ‘Look, guys, in a world in which the Gang of Six just came out today, if you’re doing all those things, a fair and balanced approach involves more revenue,’ ” the official said. “At the time, nobody in the room, neither us nor them, thought that anybody was moving the goal posts.”

The Republicans describe it differently. The news from the White House, they say, was a “tough blow” to Boehner, who saw the push for additional taxes as tantamount to Obama violating a “gentleman’s agreement” on the broad outlines of a plan for which the speaker was already taking heat from some in his ranks.

By Wednesday morning, as the Obama and Boehner sides gathered again in the Oval Office, the optimism of Sunday had disintegrated. Vice President Biden, a skeptic of restarting talks with Boehner after the first round collapsed, was there. There appeared to be a very different president in attendance, as well.

Excited and upbeat three days earlier, Obama now was stern and lecturing. According to notes taken by GOP aides, he opened by complaining about Boehner’s demand for $200 billion in Medicaid cuts, a persistent point of contention. Then he began to talk about taxes, saying the Gang of Six “makes things more complicated.” The White House would need more tax revenue or smaller health-care cuts.

Klein sums up the back and forth this way:

Instead, in the very simplest of terms, they all met in the White House, late on a Sunday afternoon in typical Obama-dictated “eleventh-hour fashion.” Then, without regard, President Obama pompously, and single-handedly, negated several key deal points–strictly in favor to his base–in a “take it or leave it” tone.

Consequently, after scuttling the deal, which had no presidential “sweat equity” whatsoever, Speaker Boehner left the White House.

Obama had flippantly demanded that Republicans raise tax revenue increases finally offered by Boehner, which had not even been on the table earlier, from $800 Billion to $1.2 Trillion; he reneged on no tax increases for wealthier, job creating Americans; and he back-peddled on cuts to entitlement programs–which are at the core of the deficit problem.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/03/21/obama-dealing-in-bad-faith-with-congress-lying-to-american-citizens-through-msm-favorability-hits-new-low/


Sen. Dick Durbin unveils new energy policy: ban 5-hour energy drinks

http://twitter.com/#!/tokm/status/269196623849074688

Watch out, Nanny Bloomberg — you have competition. Illinois Sen. Dick Durbin took to the Senate floor this afternoon to address his energy (drink) policy, and that policy is a ban on the drinks. It’s the continuation of a crusade he began last spring; perhaps a couple of energy drinks might move things along so the Senate could move forward with some other important business.

Nanny Dick MT @amandacarpenter Durbin is giving speech against 5-hour energy drinks on Senate floor. Says they’re “more lethal than alcohol”

— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) November 15, 2012

As the nation battles with fiscal default, Senator Durbin uses his time on the Senate floor to warn about 5-Hour Energy yfrog.com/gy67lip

— Blue Shift Blog(@BlueShiftBlog) November 15, 2012

RT @davidhauptmann: Durbin is apparently scandalized that 5 hour energy ads promote the product as helpful.

— Jeff Quinton (@JeffQuinton) November 15, 2012

For reference, Durbin is giving a speech against 5-hour energy drinks on the Senate floor. Says they are “more lethal than alchohol”

— Amanda Carpenter (@amandacarpenter) November 15, 2012

Dick Durbin just said “three people died after consuming energy drinks” i hate to tell him how ppl die after comsuming water, beer, v8…

— Anne Sorock (@AnneSorock) November 15, 2012

More people than that die protecting the U.S. consulate in just one day. Aren’t you relieved to know that Senator Durbin is looking out for lives here at home?

Sen Durbin to the rescue! RT @davidhauptmann: How ever has America survived all these years without regulation of energy drinks?

— Brittany Cohan (@bccohan) November 15, 2012

Dick durbin arguing on the senate floor that we need to highly regulate energy drinks #statist #getgovernmentoutofmylife #tcot

— Billy Pearse (@therealbillp) November 15, 2012

WOW absolutely STUPID speech on floor of senate right now by idiot Dick Durbin on EVIL energy drinks

— Anne Sorock (@AnneSorock) November 15, 2012

For the millionth time, just mind your own damn business and eff off, Dick Durbin.

— jdonels (@jdonels) November 15, 2012

Dick Durbin, your quest to regulate everything in the world is tremendously stupid and a monumental waste of time.

— Heather (@hboulware) November 15, 2012

@amandacarpenter Shorter Durbin: Citizens are incapable of living their lives and need protection from themselves.

— Rschrim (@Rschrim) November 15, 2012

Next on Sen. Durbin’s agenda, the evils of Mountain Dew. #caring

— David L. House II (@housecatt05) November 15, 2012

Related:

Red Bull may no longer give you wings if Sen. Durbin gets his way

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/11/15/sen-dick-durbin-unveils-new-energy-policy-ban-5-hour-energy-drinks/


Mark Levin offers to buy Sesame Street if PBS defunded

http://twitter.com/#!/marklevinshow/status/253958145339187201

Looks like Big Bird’s job will be totally secure if President Romney stops funding PBS. He’ll have a high-paying new gig working for Mark Levin, who said on Facebook and Twitter that he would personally put together an investment group to buy Sesame Street if PBS goes down.

From Facebook:

Don’t worry Sesame Street fans. If PBS is cut, I am prepared to put together a private investment group to buy the rights to Sesame Street, and we would air it on for-profit cable or satellite TV. I could make a fortune, and it won’t cost you a thing. Big Bird lives forever!

mark levin the great one said he would save big bird, so stop fretting libs

— llg007 (@llgreen18) October 4, 2012

@marklevinshow ahh! sesame street conservative style. about time!

— Dwight Jarrett (@DwightJarrett1) October 4, 2012

Levin’s Muppet adventure even picked up its first investor in the person of Chuck Woolery.

@marklevinshow I will go in with you on it Mark

— Chuck Woolery (@chuckwoolery) October 5, 2012

We at Twitchy think this would be a fantastic idea. Not only would Mark Levin be rolling in cash, but Sesame Street itself would be vastly improved by the infusion of conservative ideas. Oscar could finally open up a business and move out of the trash can. There could be entire episodes where Count introduces kids to capitalism with special guests Art Laffer and Thomas Sowell. Ted Nugent could teach Elmo to hunt, and Sean Hannity could coach Bert and Ernie as they start their own talk show. The possibilities are endless!

So, here’s hoping that we can tune in next year for the premiere of the newly privatized Sesame Street. Big Bird may have trouble adjusting to life outside the government sector, but we’re sure he’ll adjust.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/10/04/mark-levin-chuck-woolery-offer-to-buy-sesame-street-if-pbs-defunded/


President commutes sentences of nearly 100 more felons

The Weekly Standards Stephen Hayes recently called President Obama’s claims regardingthe Guantanamo Bay detention facility “brazenly and stunningly misleading” and accused him of “breathtaking dishonesty.” The subject was the president’s claim in an interview that of the hundreds of Gitmo prisoners released over the years, “a handful” would necessarily rejoin terrorist groups.

While a handful of us worry that we’ve forgotten something important at homeafter we part for vacation, President Obama made certain to commute the sentences of100 more U.S. prisoners before taking off for Hawaii.

Andrew Malcolm of Investor’s Business Daily reports that PresidentObama last Friday quietly commuted the prison sentences of almost 100 federal felons, mostly drug dealers, calling his act“another step forward in upholding our fundamental ideals of justice and fairness.” Malcolm adds that “since nearly half were serving life sentences, some for gun crimes, they’re not supposed to be out on the streets ever.” In the meantime, the president is thanking the NBA for joining ranks with gun control bully Everytown for Gun Safety.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/12/26/president-commutes-prison-sentences-of-nearly-100-felons-before-taking-off-for-vacation/


Man of the people: Obama at Taylor Gourmet this morning

http://twitter.com/#!/elisefoley/status/202768584961835009

How hip and cool of him to visit a hipster deli to chat about economics with the skinny jeans wearing masses. Hope he’s not wearing his mom jeans! That would be awkward.

Pres Obama now at a local sandwich shop for a chat with small business owners on his proposals to promote hiring/new jobs.

— Mark Knoller (@markknoller) May 16, 2012

“Laser like focus” on jobs, while inconveniencing workers for a super cool photo opportunity.

RT @DCCirculator: Georgetown/ Union Station Rt: Expect delays due to presidential motorcade of up to 15mins. in both directions.

— Ethan Klapper (@ethanklapper) May 16, 2012

Explains why 14th was closed down RT @HuffPostPol: RT @AliNBCNews: Congrats Twitter, Obama is in fact at Taylor Gourmet on 14th and T.

— Kombiz Lavasany (@kombiz) May 16, 2012

I guess I'm not eating at @Taylor_Gourmet on 14th today. Obama's eating there (?) and shut down the whole block. http://t.co/RW54Gc6o

— AJ Ashton (@aj_ashton) May 16, 2012

Explains why I couldn't cross 14th for last 10 min @HuffPostPol: MT @AliNBCNews: Congrats Twitter, Obama is at Taylor Gourmet on 14th and T.

— Shira T. Center (@shiracenter) May 16, 2012

I feel like you can tell who lives in the 14th and U area based on their excitement about Obama at Taylor. cc @samsteinhp @jakesherman

— Elise Foley (@elisefoley) May 16, 2012

So fancy pants!

Per pool, POTUS meeting with owners of Taylor Gourmet and other small biz owners, including Yes! Organic Markets owner.

— Sara Libby (@SaraLibby) May 16, 2012

Well, have you seen the price of arugula these days?!

Looks like POTUS is eating at @Taylor_Gourmet today. Fine choice. Some other top-of-the-ticket sandwich shops: http://t.co/K6exi6PO

— Going Out Guide (@goingoutguide) May 16, 2012

Clearly Obama is also the first hipster president since he's at Taylor Gourmet this morning.

— Jennifer Epstein (@jeneps) May 16, 2012

He’s you.

FYI: Twitter predicted the visit. Not only does Twitter break news, but it foresees it!

RT @meredithshiner: Twitter predicted when Obama was in Afghanistan AND at Taylor Gourmet on 14th. #LookAtWhatWeCanDo

— Alex Byers (@byersalex) May 16, 2012

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/05/16/man-of-the-people-obama-at-taylor-gourmet-this-morning/


Monkey Business

Monkey Business

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