ubiquitous_a (ubiquitous_a) wrote in ontd_political,
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WAT. Hannity has officially cracked up......too bad no one can tell the difference.


Hannity Attacks Obama For Putting Mustard On His Burger

Oh hi, everyone! Are we still doing that election year thing, where if a politician consumes anything other than box wine, Busch, and self-killed moose meat, it means they are elitist? Apparently, this is the case, and so, the national nightmare for arugula -- which would probably be better off if it were referred to as "rocket" like the Brits do -- continues.

As you know, President Obama and Vice President Biden made a historic trip to an Arlington, VA hamburger joint, to celebrate the "stress tests" or something, bringing the entire press corps in tow. Well, it took all of Sean Hannity's brain power to come up with a joke about it, but he finally decided to make fun of the fact that Obama wanted a "spicy" or "Dijon" mustard on his cheeseburger, just like the undead Nikita Khruschev prefers.



Of course, I could harp on the fact that Grey Poupon is actually a pretty inexpensive condiment, a bottle of which I have right now in my palatial 800-square-foot apartment manor, but that's really beside the point. If you really want to dig down into the elitism of the outing, consider this - as Washingtonian points out, at Ray's Hell Burgers, "You can order the patties simply grilled, with a chipotle-spiked 'diablo' marinade, blackened Cajun-style, or au poivre with a black-peppercorn crust." Fancy! And if Obama had really wanted to strut his elite tastes, he could have opted to add any number of artisanal cheeses, like Dutch mustard seed Gouda, Queen Anne Stilton, or a cave-aged Amish cheddar. See! If Hannity had done some research, he could have really unleashed an epic, idiot barrage over fancy foodstuffs.

Of course, the burgers start at $7, because restauranteur Michael Landrum seems to think that quality food should be made affordable. Enjoying the burgers are well within reach of multimillionaire infotainer toffs like Sean Hannity. Anyway, Dijon mustard: normal people eat it, you can get it at fracking Au Bon Pain, for Pete's sake, so, enough. Okay? Enough. And thus endeth Eat The Press' brief foray into Zagats' territory.


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Okay, you have GOT to be fucking kidding me with this.  It's a spicy mustard FFS, not golden plating for crying out loud!  Hannity has obviously run out of anything REMOTELY resembling news (which must now be apparent even to his own fans, I imagine) and is building partisan hackery mountains out of non-existent molehills. 

It also bears mentioning, I think, that the company who makes Grey Poupon is KraftFoods.  The same company responsible for the vast majority of the foods we all buy in this country (and around the world, for that matter) and also makes such elitist snacks as A1 Steak sauce, Velveeta cheese, Oscar Mayer, Ritz crackers and Oreo cookies.  OMG FASCIST/SOCIALIST/COMMUNIST OREOS!!!!
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