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WASHINGTON — Following President Obama’s lunch meeting with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill, Maine Republican Sen. Susan Collins described the food served and the president’s reaction to what was on menu.

“University of Maine recipe for healthy lobster salad — I pointed that out to the president in keeping with the first lady’s initiatives and Fox Family Potato Chips made in Aroostook County where I’m from and wild blueberry pie full of anti-oxidants, see this was a healthy lunch as well. We did have a little ice cream on the pie too, also made in Maine, Gifford’s Ice Cream. So in all seriousness this was well received,” Collins told reporters on Thursday after the meeting at the Capitol.

“Unfortunately, you know, the president can’t,” said Collins when asked if Obama ate at the lunch meeting.

“He looked longingly at it,” Collins continued. “He honestly did look longingly at it, but apparently he has to have essentially a taster, and I pointed out to him that we were all tasters for him, that if the food had been poisoned all of us would have keeled over so, but he did look longingly at it and he remarked that we have far better food than the Democrats do, and I said that was because I was hosting.”

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Red Steele
Veteran Advisor

Re: a bit bizarre

I don't know about you, but if I was one of the Republicans at that meal, and the POTUS declined to eat any of the food, I don't think I would either. Saddam Hussein had his opponents taken outside the building and shot in the head for one of his first moves to entrench his power. Poisoning the opposition is a very old tactic, and dates back past the era of Gengis Khan.


Re: a bit bizarre

Ah yes, I didn't think of that angle. I guess if they start dropping off over the next year we've got a good conspiracy started.
Flatland Hillbilly
Senior Contributor

Re: a bit bizarre

Eat up John McCain and Lindsay Graham.....Eat up!!