I used to think that Mormons were just slightly more conservative versions of, say, Methodists. Since the RomneyWeirdoFiasco - stories are still coming out about his nastiness you know - I now realize that RomneyMormons are not to be trusted.<quoted text>
You worry about your diet, I'll worry about mine. But thanks for your concern!
And as for the restaurants themselves, we have every one on the list, and more, in our area. They provide several hundred jobs, and tax revenues to the city, county, and state.
(You know what jobs are, right? If you do, you are way ahead of your President.)
Never ate at an Olive Garden myself, but they must be pretty good..when the one opened here a couple years ago, the lines were so long they made the front page of the Farmington Daily Times. I like the Outback Steakhouse, though.
I don't know what you eat, and don't care, except to say that I'd rather eat industrial food and lose elections than eat what your eating, continue to successfully elect people who are actively destroying our nation, and still be as bitter and negative about everything as you are.(Oh, and let's not forget I'd still rather be Mormon, too! Wink Wink!)
Perhaps you should treat yourself to a Double Whopper with cheese, a large order of onion rings, and a big ole' chocolate shake...it might brighten your demeanor.
Or perhaps, better yet, you should get in contact with your local LDS Missionaries! They have a positive, life-changing message for you!
That is what Reid was trying to say to the country.
Greedy, greedy, greedy, lying, lying, lying, weird, weird, weird, narcissistic screwups.