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By JGillman, Section News
Not to mention the tip.
Tomorrow is the big day in Detroit at the Denise Ilitch household, where a Little Caesars $5 carry out special will not be found. With a $40,000 cover charge, the Obama brigade will be showing how life is lived in the motor city for the elite Democrats who really understand the little folk. The Obama's who have shown us how to truly vacation, play golf, and live it up on the public dime will be applying their taxpayer paid carbon footprint further up our rears when they fly in for this hoity toity to-do. But no way is this indicative of the family preference for presidential candidates:
"The event isn't tied to Little Caesars headquarters in any way, nor does it mean the family is endorsing the president. It's strictly a private affair.
And for an extra $47, you get an autographed Colombian hooker promotional head-shot. It in no way is indicative of the many places the President travels.
In any event, those of us simple folk who don't mind the mediocre $5 leadbelly specials will be happy laying out the fin, and watching the local twp or city council step on some poor schmuck's property rights in the name of internationally mandated biodiversity.
Even the Michigan GOP has plans in Oakland County - Below the fold
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