Laundry: O’Donnell and Obama. Plus a Paula Deen recipe bonus in honor of our stuck-in-hell FLOTUS!

The news that Christine O’Donnell won the Delaware primary stunned me.

Though not as much as watching Karl Rove act like a total asshat.  It’s quite telling that Mike Castle has yet (and likely won’t) endorse O’Donnell.  What a class act, no?  Ed Morrissey explores the ramifications of the Sore Loser Party syndrome while Michelle Malkin chastizes the Beltway-boys-club mentality of the GOP which fails to recognize the strength of the insurgent women.  They formed a circular firing squad with Sarah Palin two years ago (and still), then Sharron Angle, now O’Donnell.  O’Donnell isn’t a perfect candidate.  But Castle wasn’t either–by a stretch.  And as I told my mom Tuesday night, hell yes, I’d rather have a minority that believes in something rather than a majority with more RINOS.  Besides, she has a better chance than some estimate.

Pundette: Michelle Obama’s having a hell of a time.  I guess stealing everyone else’s french fries takes it’s toll psychologically.  No salt.  And now no butter or cream, either. 

When will the lectures for the grocery stores start?  For offering these bad choices?  If we’re so stupid as to be incapable of making “good decisions” when we’re dining out even if “fully informed,” how long until the knives come out for those of us who like to cook and use more than our government-allotted prescription of butter, cream or bacon?  Just sayin’.  Michelle Obama’s food police coming soon to a refrigerator near you.

In her own words:

But here’s the thing. Even if we give parents all the information they need and we improve school meals and build brand new supermarkets on every corner, none of that matters if when families step into a restaurant, they can’t make a healthy choice.
And the truth is that while restaurants are offering more options and families take advantage of them more often, they aren’t always the healthiest choices.

No wonder her life is such hell:  That wagyu beef  takes it’s toll.

(Quite a toll according to MOTUS Mirror.)

In honor of our esteemed First Lady, a recipe: my personal favorite Paula Deen.  Beware, it’s rich!  So heed our FLOTUS and lecture others about how much they eat while you dig in!

(NB: I’ve made this concotion–almost always for a potluck–with other cookies, too.  Chessmen are good.  So are Pecan Sandies.  I usually go with what’s on sale–shocking, I know.  Also, the mixing instructions are overcomplicated.  There’s no need for multiple bowls.  I mix everything in the stand mixer on low until it’s smooth then fold in the cool whip.)

Picture of Not Yo' Mama's Banana Pudding Recipe

UPDATE: linked as a “Recommended Read” by Pundette.  Thanks!


2 Responses

  1. Pay extra for no veggies?! LOL. I’m sure that policy is on the way to every restaurant soon… and school lunch made by government always stinks. (Hospital food tastes better!) (So does airplane food. But no airlines actually make it anymore!)

    (And the recipe is to DIE for–there was a place in Fairfax that we always used to frequent with amazing banana pudding–and this reminds me of it.)

  2. Yum that recipe looks so good. My son told me this year in the HS caf, they have to pay extra if they don’t get vegetables and whatever else they decide you have to eat. Only one day this year did he buy a lunch and it cost double what it cost last year and he hated the food. Libs sure know how to make everything more expensive.

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