In a gesture of solidarity, President Obama invited Mitt Romney to have lunch at the White House tomorrow. In another gesture, Joe Biden is going to give Romney the "double bird" every time he turns around.
Mitt Romney to have lunch with Obama tomorrow. Long-dormant "White House Milk Sommelier" brought out of retirement.
— Chris Regan (@ChrisRRegan) November 28, 2012
Lunch Bunch: Will Obama give Mitt some WH Home Brew as a parting gift?Will Mitt give him an Econ 101 txtbook?
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) November 28, 2012
Trying to get Joe Biden to secretly place a video camera at the Obama-Romney lunch.
— David Corn (@DavidCornDC) November 28, 2012
Obama is going to have lunch with Romney tomorrow. I wish Obama would open the lunch with "Free stuff? Really Mu'f***a?" #ElonsWishList
— Elon James White (@elonjames) November 28, 2012
"Don't sing Who Let the Dogs Out, don't sing Who Let the Dogs Out." -Romney to himself, pacing the hall outside the White House dining room
— Emily (@klickitatstreet) November 28, 2012
"Oh and here's another chair you'll never, ever sit in." -Obama giving Romney a pre-lunch tour.
— Andrew O. (@TheOrvedahl) November 28, 2012
At the Obama/Romney lunch tomorrow, I wonder what they'll have for entitlement…I mean dessert.
— Ben Greenman (@bengreenman) November 28, 2012
47% apple pie 53% cake!RT @bengreenman: At the Obama/Romney lunch tomorrow, I wonder what they'll have for entitlement…I mean dessert.
— PhyllisBoone (@palsop1) November 28, 2012
I bet the Romney/Obama private lunch is going to play like a half hour long "Need a minute? Think it over with a Twix!" commercial.
— Lauren Bans (@LaurenBans) November 28, 2012
Obama to host Romney for lunch Thursday. Nate Silver has it 61% fish, 23% chicken, 16% other. Dick Morris predicts fresh Dodo bird eggs.
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) November 28, 2012
And the award for "Doesn't Quite Get It" goes to…
Obama and Romney to meet for lunch today. Anyone thinking this is anything other than usual politics to depress conservatives?
— Nate McColm (@NateMcColm) November 28, 2012
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