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10 things possibly said between Obama, Romney in first meeting

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney arrives at the White House in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, for his luncheon with President Barack Obama. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

President Barack Obama invited former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney to the White House on Thursday to discuss the leadership of America.

While I'm sure they covered highly important issues, including a recipe exchange for the white turkey chili recipe that was served, I started wondering what they may have said to each other while shaking hands. Here's what I came up with:

No. 1: "Sssooo...what's new?"

No. 2: "Are you going to finish your lying to the American"

No. 3 "Say, could Clinton borrow that binder of yours? I promised him I'd ask."

No. 4: "Did you see 'Breaking Dawn' yet?"

No. 5: "Remember when we had the first debate? That was great."

No. 6: "Where do you keep Biden?"

No. 7: "Michelle suggested we just do Cornish game hens, but I like Big Bird."

No. 8: "Let me take the dog for a walk...or a ride...he doesn't mind a stiff wind, does he?"

No. 9: "Sasha wants a horse for Christmas. Malia wants a bayonet."

No. 10: "You know, if you turned this place into a bed and breakfast, you'd make a killing."

About the Author

Career: My broadcast career began in 1990 at the age of 19. I've spent 19 of my last 21 years as a talk show host. Twelve years were spent in sports radio (only 3 in Phoenix), seven in music/comedy (most notably 103.9 The Edge), and now KTAR.

Education: BS at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville (Illinois)

Family: 2 parents, 4 sisters, 2 brothers, 11 nieces & nephews

Favorite Food: Perfectly cooked salmon with asparagus

Favorite Spot in Arizona: My old house on Scottsdale Mountain

Favorite Movie: "Clarice, are the lambs still screaming?" (Silence of the Lambs)

#1 Sports Team: I don't root for teams

Outside interests: Writing, Sports, Reading, Eating


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