Update: Straight out of the "I'm not funny enough to make this stuff up " file comes this gem on the comment thread of this post.
Michael Laprarie, who writes for the conservative Wizbang page, is all over this whole spicy mustard "controversy" - calling Obama's ordering of dijon mustard for his burger a "faux pas" (lol!) and wondering out loud about eeevil conspiracy taking place in the White House Spin machine slash Mainstream Media cabal that conspired to cover up the great mustard controversy.
Finally, for a Republican, MSNBC would have edited a similar faux pas into a gag reel, not left it on the cutting room floor. And you all know this ... it's just difficult to credibly explain, isn't it?
Credibly explain? You're waiting for someone to "credibly explain" your paranoid schizophrenia that has you worried about the great mustard controversy and cover-up, Michael? Are you serious? Amazing....
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The illness permeating the right wing is making them more and more trivial as time goes on.
What is the latest item on which these narrow-minded idiots are focused on? Why it's the raging contraovery over the type of mustard President Obama ordered on his burger last week.
I can't imagine the GOP could get any more simple-minded -- but every time I say that they out do themselves, so I'm sure they both can get more simple-minded, and will get more simple-minded.
Update II: David Frum tries to talk sense to the right wing nutcakes (pardon his 'french' but it's apropos):
Grey Poupon is owned and manufactured by Kraft Foods. It is the processed cheese of mustards. It is the fucking Velveeta of faux-French products. Can we all shut the fuck up?
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