Mitt Romney laid into more than a Pork sandwich at Rudy's BBQ in Arlington, Texas yesterday. The Sandwich was the first course, He had President Obama for desert.
Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney dropped in at a barbecue restaurant Thursday, taking jabs at President Barack Obama for his economic and healthcare policies and newly espoused stance on a Palestinian state.
Romney also heaped praise on Gov. Rick Perry, whom commentator Rush Limbaugh has been advancing as a candidate for president in 2012.
"He's done a heck of a job," Romney said of Perry, citing the state's business-friendly environment. "The rest of the country could learn a lot of lessons from Gov. Perry."
Romney drew an enthusiastic midafternoon crowd at Rudy's Country Store and Bar-B-Q off Interstate 20 in Arlington, after local Republican groups publicized the appearance over the weekend. Dressed down in bluejeans and a button-down shirt, he reeled off a string of one-liners, signed autographs, and posed for pictures before sitting down to a $9 lunch of a pulled pork sandwich, cole slaw and beans with several of the restaurant's managers.Read the full story HERE.
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