Here’s Michelle Obama on Thursday pushing Subway, which agreed to make their kids menu as shitty as the school lunches FLOTUS helped ruin:

That was followed by a tweet from Barack Obama’s White House less than four hours later:

Yeah, he doesn’t listen to her. And I don’t listen to either of them. It’s a “win-win-win” all around.

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3 Responses to “An unbearable dichotomy of First Couple food tweets”

  1. Marshall_Will on January 25th, 2014 2:53 am

    One really has to wonder, be it Target, Facebook ( great CNET interview on CBS this morning predicting an 80% subscriber base exodus within 5 years btw ) and all the other various corp. sycophants.., if; scuttling your biz model [in EXCHANGE] for "a seat at the Big Table" isn't all part of the offing..?

    Joyanna Adams did a great piece, linked below, on the closing of a landmark shopping mall in SL. Not to mention "Top of the Tower" rest. Judging His weekly redress, you'd think the economy was never BETTER? Another American Institution bites the dust. I rec. DeadMall.com btw.

    I'm getting a "Nostalgia-as-VICE!" vibe from the media lately. Apparently anyone unable to let go of our [very RECENT] 'past' is a drag on progress, the economy and Our True Potential. Reading DI's telling of former EPA super-hero's d-e-l-u-s-i-o-n-s, "green economics" are what it's all about. They're just waiting out all us throw-backs, focusing exclusively on converting the – 30 demographic.

  2. Ben Dover on January 28th, 2014 1:21 am

    So, dd you take a giant crap afterwards, Mooch? Did you foul the air in the West Wing? Did you show it to Barry and the kids before sending it to Harry Reid?

  3. Essay dune on December 10th, 2015 7:03 am

    Fast food is never healthy. But I guess for Americans to betray long lasting burger tradition more time should pass.

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