Fox & Friends Reveals Site Of Obamas’ First Kiss Is Business Saved By Bain Capital
Here’s a funny coincidence pointed out by the hosts of Fox & Friends Friday morning: A plaque commemorating President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama‘s first kiss happens to be at a Chicago Baskin-Robbins that was “bought up and saved by Mitt Romney’s old company Bain Capital.”
The chyron for the report read “Romney To Thank For Obamas’ First Kiss?!?” Romantic!?!
Anyone else find the level of interest in the First Kiss (apologies), well… a little much? And by “much,” I mean “creeptastic.” First that Kiss Cam weirdness, now this? I understand that the Obamas are a relatively young and openly affectionate presidential couple, and that there will naturally be some level of interest in or curiosity about their romantic lives, but yeesh. Once a statue goes up commemorating the exact Ruby Tuesday booth where Barack first made a corny joke that made Michelle wonder if she should have gone out with that guy Jeff instead or a pop-up museum exhibit on the site where Michelle accidentally sneezed while Barack attempted to do the slick “yawn-and-hug” at a movie theater, I’m launching a Super PAC called “American Eagles Screaming ‘Yikes, You Guys.'”
Anyway, check out the segment, from Fox News:
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