Skip to comments.Obama Dines at Morimoto On Your DIme While We Go Over the Fiscal Cliff!
Posted on 12/26/2012 7:46:10 AM PST by NOBO2012
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! I did, and even managed to go home to visit my Mirror family(snip)Butt heres what you get when the B team is on duty:
Instead of a high quality reflection, all you get is a grainy, crappy photo taken by a local journolist of MO and BO leaving Morimoto Waikiki where they dined before Christmas.
Actually, the restaurant choice was surprising because, as I pointed out last year, Morimoto isnt exactly an exemplary model of our new soon-to-be-imposed standards of civility.
A little too much Samurai Warrior for the kinder, gentler, unarmed citizenry
As I understand them, the civility standards require the complete disarming of both citizens and uh undocumented workers.
Not that Im accusing Morimoto of being an illegal alien:
Butt that tongue is suspect
(snip)Oh, and Lady M? She continued performing her good works even while we try to relax in Hawaii. She helped NORAD direct Santas sleigh to the homes of good little black children all around the world on Christmas Eve. And as is often the case when Lady M lends a hand, we broke records.
(snip)Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, of Iron Chef and Iron Chef America fame, is known for his seamless integration of Western and Japanese ingredients. Sounds like his fare is right up Big Guys alley. Well, almost...
Obama will not eat my dog! (h/t Breitbart)
In other news, 41 and family enjoyed Chinese take out
(Excerpt) Read more at michellesmirror.com ...
Yo babe!! It sure do beat winters in Chit-Town!!
Obama and his wife should be 1099’d for the 100’s of millions they have spent on vacations then they shouild be taxed for it.
You should check out Morimoto’s website. Appetizers run from $15 to $28. A lot of the nigiri sushi is $8 to $12 for two pieces. But MO probably went for the 1 pound Wagyu steak at a mere $88.
Our entire AT HOME Christmas dinner ran about $15 and not one dime came from the taxpayers. Everything was on hand from the freezer or the garden. A ham, corn casserole, peas, mustard greens, potatoes, rolls, fruit salad, tomato salad, a bowl of red and yellow cherry tomatoes, fried green tomatoes and a green tomato pie. Yes, this will go down in history as the Tomato Christmas. People took home plates and we'll be eating on leftovers for days and the ham bone will go back into the freezer for a pot of beans one day.