Thursday, October 4, 2012

Gaaaa, it's a gang robbery ... oh, nm, it's just the presidential motorcade


PHOTO: Charles Dharapak/AP 
The eyes have it for Marty Arps, right, as he meets Mitt Romney at a Chipotle restaurant in Denver.

Call the Secret Service, Mitt Romney just got photo-bombed.

A restaurant manager at a Chipotle in Denver says he couldn’t help but make this googly-eyed face when he met the Republican presidential nominee yesterday.

"It’s a facial expression I do when I’m excited,” Marty Arps, 20, told The Daily yesterday just hours after the photo was taken. “I [did that] when I met Nicki Minaj. It’s like, ‘Ah, it’s them, right there in front of you!’ They’re not from another world.’”

It was nevertheless an alien experience to Arps when a motorcade of police officers and black SUVs filled with Secret Service agents followed by a throng of reporters mobbed the Mexican fast-food eatery yesterday morning.

 “All of a sudden you see these black SUVs come up really quick and I thought we were about to get robbed,” he recalled. More here:

Ha ha ... I tell ya, that guy is funny.  LOL @ "Whew, it's not the Bloods/Crips Democratics."

Now, meantime, what is Romney doing at the Chipotles?  And why were they (Chipotles peeps) taken by surprise?  Well, you see, that's because another restaurant (Rosa Linda's) turned them down.  Why, you ask?  Simple ... see if you can follow this lib logic:

Because the preparation for the upcoming University of Denver debate started months ago, Oscar Aguirre got the call in early August. Aguirre is the oldest son of the family that owns Rosa Linda's, and a member of Romney's campaign asked Aguirre and his parents to schedule a stop from the presidential candidate.

"Both my mom and dad said no," Aguirre says. "My parents are Mormons, which they share with him, but number one, they're not Republican, and number two, it's not the type of publicity or image that they want to portray.

This is not the first time Rosa Linda's owners have taken a political stance: In 2000, they also declined an offer from Bush supporters who wanted the then-president to visit.

Not that they would refuse entry to President Obama: According to Oscar Aguirre, the president has twice eaten Rosa Linda's food at catered local events, and Aguirre says the president even sent the restaurant a letter of thanks. The next step is to get him inside the physical location.

"We would love to have him," Aguirre says. "Absolutely." 

So you see, it's not political or anything.   But now for the best part.

“We lost a big order today,” Oscar Aguirre, co-owner of Rosa Linda’s, told The Daily. “Somebody called in and ordered $120 worth of food.

Later, Aguirre said, the customer called back and asked, "Aren’t you the restaurant that canceled Romney?"
He said the customer “hung-up” and canceled.

“They have a right to do so but don’t hurt us either,” Aguirre said.

It's not the first time this year that a restaurant is finding out politics and business don't always mix well. The Florida pizza shop owner who lifted President Obama in a big bear hug last month has since said his business is facing boycotts.

It's about time we stopped taking crap off these jackass liberals who want to steal our money and liberty for their pet projects and ideas ... SCREW THEM.  Without our money, they are nothing.

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