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Scott Walker Was In Philly For A Cheesesteak Yesterday

And no one really cared.
Scott Walker Was In Philly For A Cheesesteak Yesterday
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It's a longtime ritual: Would-be presidents come to Philadelphia, visits one or both of our most famous steak shops, Pat's Steaks or Geno's (Republicans prefer Geno's because of the late owner's famed bigotry), and then the national media critiques their choice.

Now, I don't care what you order on your cheesesteak; no real Philadelphian does. (The correct response to anyone who doesn't like what you ordered is, "What, you got a problem with that?")

But I would like to point out that, in classic Republican style, 1. He ordered one steak from each place, leaving one hardly touched. Typical Republican, he bit off more than he could chew and 2) He left his mess on the table, apparently expecting Democrats to clean up after him:

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