Cheesy Grits?

First, a fond adieu to Virgotex and a rousing greeting to Southern Beale. Btw, the latter is a<drum roll>hockey fan and roots for some team called the Predators one of whose stars is a guy named Pekka. I am making none of this up. Since mocking hockey is one of my jobs here at First Draft, I thought I’d get an early start.

Where was I? Oh yeah, Mitt Haircut’s culinary pandering.

I used to faux admire Mitt for his ability to pander but he’s either lost his touch or his android memory drive is on the blink. I’m a mere transplanted Southerner and live in a city where grits are no big whoop but even I know that it’s CHEESE GRITS. Cheesy is, however, a word that describes Romney’s stump style.

Next thing you know, Willard will be quoting Robert Johnson and urging voters to:

9 thoughts on “Cheesy Grits?

    I just read where Mitt says a lot of his good friends own NFL teams.
    { face palm }
    I cannot believe this guy was EVER good at pandering, seeing as how he’s so supremely bad at it now.

  2. Adrastos says:

    You knew the Pekka joke was coming, right?

  3. I figured as much.
    Poor Mitt, he just suffers from the tragedy of Billionaire’s Tourettes Syndrome. They need to make a colored ribbon for this:

  4. leinie (iPad) says:

    Hey, Adrastos, you know what happens this weekend don’t you? College hockey playoffs. Yummy.
    And the adorable Toewes is expected to return from his concussion tonight.

  5. paulo says:

    Hei isn’t “fond adieu” French for Cheese Grits?

  6. Adrastos says:

    @Paulo: Real groaner. I love it.

  7. joejoejoe says:

    I read this and thought “It’s Pekka, not Peca?” then I realized it was a different guy named after a penis.
    If I had a time machine I’d put Willie O’Ree, Mark Johnson, and Mike Peca on the same line.

  8. Adrastos says:

    It’s also not Peja…

  9. presquevu says:

    Campaign spot:
    “You got your grits in my raclette.”
    “Y’all got y’all’s stinky furrin cheese on my grits.”

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