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Elite Mustard


Living through the "Great Depression of '09," I just found out is worse than what our parents or grandparents had to endure during the '20s.  Oh, sure, there were bread lines as far as the eye could see, and unemployment was in the high double-digit range.  People were selling apples on street corners to survive.  Men clambered over one another to try and get any job that might pay 10 cents per hour.

If they only knew how good they had it compared to today.  This was brought home by Sean Hannity and his in-depth reporting on the elitist leaders and how high they live while we citizens have to suffer, scrimp and get by on a McDonald's dollar meal.  Hannity spent a good portion of his radio show--which is an embarrassment to KSL for broadcasting it--on how President Obama and his Sancho Panza Biden visited a D.C. Burger joint and ordered a cheese burger with Dijon mustard and no ketchup.

In front of whirring press cameras the President, Commander in Chief, leader of the free world had the audacity of hope to get a burger with a spicy mustard on it, proving he is thumbing his nose at Americans suffering from our economic downturn.

Crack investigative reporter and man of the people Sean Hannity not only devoted a good portion of his radio show to this scandal but showed actual video of the President committing this act of elitism on his TV show on Fox News.  To illustrate just what a disdainful act this was on the part of the president Hannity spliced the video of Obama ordering his burger with a commercial from the '80s for Gray Poupon Dijon mustard.  If you're old enough to remember the one where two seemingly extremely wealthy guys in their chauffeur-driven Rolls Royces pull up to one another with one asking the other if they had any Gray Poupon.

All this on Sean Hannity while Lora Ingraham was asking the blistering question on her show, "No catsup? who orders a burger without catsup?"

After this exposé on Hannity's radio show, he broke for commercial for Ruth's Chris Steak House which I can't afford to go to.  I guess I'll just have to hang with the elite crowd and get a burger.