McDonald’s to Become a Leader in Progressive Fast Food Burger Joints

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Robert Fibbs, I mean Gibbs, has a new job he loves. He is making McDonald’s into a modern day Progressive fast food burger joint.

The crime land capital of America – Chicago – is the home of McDonald’s, the now Progressive McDonald’s.  They want Mr. Fibbs, I mean Gibbs, to “build a more modern, progressive burger company, according to the CEO.

What will sustainable burgers taste like? How will soy french fries work out? It’s bad enough that they put apple slices in Kid’s Happy Meals in lieu of dessert.

One of their best inventions was a chicken sandwich with a secret and absolutely delicious sauce. Now they serve it with nothing on it. It’s a slab of barely recognizable chicken on a bland roll with a piece of lettuce. It could pass for a Michelle Obama school lunch.

Hello! McDonald’s! We don’t go there for low-calorie health food.

Gibbs has been known for being less-than-honest about pretty much everything while serving in the Obama administration from drones, Bilderberg meetings, to lobbyist donations and he could do the same for McDonald’s.

The press release stated that “He will lead McDonald’s in communicating clear, coordinated messages to internal and external constituencies, enhancing the brand and supporting corporate strategies.

In the same release, the CEO (Steve Easterbrook) said that Gibbs and new executive hire Silvia Lagnado, will lead the charge in the chain’s efforts to become more “progressive.”

Progressives demand social and economic justice. How does that square with the non-union almost-minimum-wage company?

Progressives support Occupy Wall Street, SEIU and ACORN who have spent the last few years boycotting McDonald’s.

Progressives don’t like to be called Socialists or Communists but they are, as Glenn Beck referred to them, they are patient Communists. The Progressive Party of the last century were Communists and Socialists and so are the modern day ones.

The Communist Party USA describes itself as having “an unparalleled history in the progressive movement of the United States, from the struggle against Jim Crow segregation, the organizing of the industrial unions, from the canneries of California, to the sweatshops of New York City.

From now on, it’s Wendy’s and Burger King for me.

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  1. As a kid, I used to love their apple pies, they had a unique taste. That’s all changed now ! I avoid fast food places, they are neither cheap or fast !

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