Socialists know better than capitalist pigs how to tie on the feedbag at overblown state dinners for traveling socialists

When Socialists gorge at the White House

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What do Socialists gorge on while their pissant populations struggle through failing economies?


The first course in the State Dinner served to 350 secret guests celebrating the 2-day visit of stag-for-the-moment French president Francoise Hollande will be caviar. Not from Russia, which could be mistaken for approval of Vlad the Terrible, but the kind that is “harvested from Illinois streams”.

(Lotsa’ stuff grows in the ample demonized C02 of the Chicago cesspool).

There’ll be Pennsylvania quail eggs gorged by guests, and 12 varieties of potatoes, the White House said. 

The hapless pissant should know that the salad will be served in a “terrarium-like bowl” and includes herbs from the White House kitchen garden, and honey from the White House beehive.

Dry-aged ribeye beef from a farm in Greeley, Colorado (one of the few left), will highlight the main course.

“For dessert: Hawaiian chocolate-malted ganache, fudge made from Vermont maple syrup, and puffs of cotton candy dusted with orange zest.” (yahoo.com)

Obesity isn’t a factor when it’s dinner for poo-bahs and not for school cafeteria menus.

“This event highlights the talents of our Nation’s cheese artisans,’ the printed program says.

Socialists know better than capitalist pigs how to tie on the feedbag at overblown state dinners for traveling socialists.

Guests will get to meet the Obamas and Hollande in the Blue Room, decorated with Parisian-made gilded sofas and chairs ordered for the room in 1817 by then-President James Monroe.

Just in case reporters didn’t know, “Paris was the center of high-stye culture,” White House curator Bill Allman told media scribes.

Like the song says the Obamas have couth they haven’t even u-u-sed yet.

Like an unpopular little boy with a coveted invite to a birthday party, Obama couldn’t pass up on a little showing off during a visit to Monticello with the French president yesterday:  “That’s the good thing about being president, I can do whatever I want”.

He has a pen and a phone, you know.

...:At 4:45 POTUS and president Hollande walked out from a portico and strolled in Front of your pool with Leslie Bowman, president of the Monticello Foundation.  Looking at a terrace she said that Jefferson loved to admire the landscape from there.  POTUS said that he’d like to take a look and seemed delighted to “break the protocol”.  “That’s the good thing as a President, I can do whatever I want,” he quipped, walking to the terrace with his guest and Ms. Bowman.  (Weekly standard.com, Feb. 10, 2013).

“The comment came around the time the White House announced it would be delaying the Obamacare mandate for some businesses unilaterally.”

Until very recently, Hollande, too, thought he could do anything he wants, and he doesn’t have la plume et le téléphone.

Just two days ago in the wake of tens of thousands of people who got out to protest against his same-sex parenting law, Hollande had to back down from submitting a new family-law bill to parliament that would legalize “assisted procreation for lesbian couples” and “surrogate motherhood for gay men” who want children.

“According to France24, a source in Prime Minister Jean-Marx Ayrault’s office said Monday that France’s socialist government would no longer present a bill to modernize family law to reflect “diversity” of families.” (Breitbart)

With or without one of his diverse women, it would take a lot of caviar and wine to blot out that reality.

Because Hollande is being fated without a date tonight, the White House is discouraging dancing so as not to make him feel left out.  But thousands will be dancing back home in the streets of Paris.

Meanwhile, the moon may not be made of green cheese, but the White House is.


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