DATELINE: President Goya, Not Artistic
When Donald Trump poses with junk food, you know in your heart he’s right of heart disease. Now, the burger king of hamburglars is posing with Goya beans.
Trump never heard of Goya the artiste, but he knows his hot sauce. The picture of a United States president with cans aligned is enough to put you off your feed.
You know he’s never eaten that stuff: too healthy.
The man with thumbs up on his empty Oval Office desk is tanking in the polls, but not in the hearts of taco lovers.
A few purists of integrity might claim that the POTUS has cheapened his job to that of a TV huckster. Well, he already consults with Chuck Woolery of game show fame for advice on science and medicine.
Trump only plays a president on TV. In real life, he is an escaped inmate from some madhouse of the 18thcentury. This is a man who knows haute cuisinefrom the back of his hand where he usually spills the ketchup. Gourmands of the world have a new pinup boy, the man who loves a can opener only as a last resort. He prefers to unwrap his lunch from cheap paper.
We seldom see Trump smile except when he thinks he is making a profit. The smile on the face of this man is so fake that it ought to become the yardstick for fake news.
If hunger pains are consuming you, your president is now a man strictly from hunger for supporters who refuse to remain distant (and how we wish they’d be distant) and only wear masks when they are about to steal your election and right to vote.
If Goya foods survive this endorsement, they will be using Nazi insignias on the next K-ration can.
If Trump plugging nachos is your idea of humor, you have been outside the box with Alexander Pope far too long. Generic fish and chips would have been adequate to put us off our feed.