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Discussion in 'Pathology' started by deschutes, Nov 16, 2005.
Mashed potatoes and dessert have already been vouched for by other guests.
...do republicans like wine, too??
Do Democrats and Republicans have different Thanksgiving traditions?
PS Brian, I'm a Republican, and I wine!
Yes they do. Republicans call Thanksgiving wine "Jesus Juice" and lament why those crazy "Liberal Activist Judges" don't just let them complete their transformation of America into a Theocracy. They then finish their turkey and during desert, complain that those who criticize the war are "treasonous", "Un-American" and not "supporting the troops". Then finally, while watching football, they compare the NYTimes to the Daily Worker.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving!
i have a cabbage for a head
My dilemma with giving wine is that I know what I like - that doesn't necessarily mean I want to force it on others. Plus, I'm driving
Oh my gosh!! This is exactly what my family does for Thanksgiving every year!
A bright idea struck me (all that time spent walking to and from the blood bank...). Problem solved. Case closed.
Well, what is it?
I'll tell you after Thanksgiving
Just kidding. Pineapple Fried Rice. Without the chicken and the shrimp so that my hostess can stuffing-ize it.
I'm a Democrat, and I'll share wine with you any day!!
So did I scare you away, beary? You're probably thinking "fish sauce with turkey, YUCK!"
I'm not usually this exotic - but when called upon, I try to please.
Yeah, I was a little bit scared.
I am not really into exotic foods. I am too boring.
I realize that. I am a good host. I would NEVER make you eat turkey with pineapple in it or on it.
Democrats tend to share whine more than they share wine.
I am pretty sure that "whine" is shared equally on either side of the political spectrum, so frequently, in fact, that it prevents anything from being accomplished.
Very true. Whoever the party in power currently is, that party is generally characterized by condescension. The party not in power whines. In 1993 the Republicans were the whiners.