So we agree to eat lunch at Joe's Crab Shack, right?
Yes. Though it's not either of our first choices, nor even a top preference, at least we can agree that at least someone will be happy with at least a bite of their meal there.
I don't eat seafood you fucking assholes.
Well excuse me if I didn't want to eat at that frou-frou organic vegetarian restaurant again.
Just because a restaurant is not part of a chain does not make it frou-frou or organic. Or vegetarian. They served steak, chicken, and fish.
Did they serve filet mignon?
Then I don't want to eat there.
You know I don't eat seafood.
Now let's stop the bickering, fellas, and just try to get excited about our lunch at Joe's Crab Shack.
It's almost 11 P.M.
Yes, but it was lunchtime when we started talking about it.
Just because we started talking about it at lunchtime doesn't make it lunch.
The voters sent a clear message this past November, and that message is this: Congress should not be eating at Olive Garden anymore.
No one even suggested that we eat the Olive Garden. It was never even a possibility.
I've been in this great body for over four decades, and even when it wasn't a popular decision not to eat at the Olive Garden--even when I was the lonely 'one' in a 434-1 vote in favor of eating at the Olive Garden--I always held my ground, as eating at the Olive Garden is not explicitly allowed by the U.S. Constitution.
The Olive Garden didn't exist when the Constitution was written, how could eating there be explicitly allowed?
The American government should not be spending the American people's money at Olive Garden at a time of such extreme deficit.
The CBO has said that eating at the Olive Garden would have actually reduced American debt over the next five years.
Unlimited breadsticks is socialism.
Bad news. It's 11:30 PM and Joe's Crab Shack closed two hours ago. Also, we never figured out what to do about emergency healthcare funding for 9/11 first responders.
Forget it, let's get Wendy's drive-thru.