The 2008 National Grilled Cheese Month Campaign has concluded at Clementine, and the incumbent, Philly Cheese Steak, has won the general election to become the next Commander in Cheese. Garnering 36% of the vote in a field of five candidates, Philly Cheese Steak scored a convincing victory. Some would say a it's a mandate to put Philly Cheese Steak on the regular menu. Therefore Philly Cheese Steak has been officially inaugurated to the Clementine menu, and will begin building it's cabinet of other sandwiches in the coming days. In its address to the grilled-cheese-eating nation, Philly Cheese Steak paid tribute to it's roots in the birthplace of American democracy and vowed to devote it's first 100 days to passing lecheeselation to provide permanent protections for the melting class.

HAIL TO THE CHEESE!

EXIT POLL: Which of the following issues was most important to you when deciding which sandwich candidate to vote for?

Monday, April 21, 2008

Week 3 Primary Results

Philly Cheese Steak ribeye steak grilled with onions, peppers and jalapenos topped with American and Provolone cheeses on a Freedom roll (guilty party) 34%

Panino Delizioso fontina, salame, ham, roasted tomatoes, olives and basil on Clementine panini bread (Unione dei Formaggi) 12%

Gouda and Mushrooms with pickled onions and dijon mustard on whole-grain bread (fungi party) 12%

Gruyere with Creamed Spinach and Bacon on country wheat bread (green party) 12%

Chorizo con Queso Spanish dry-cured sausage with havarti and pickled jalapenos on country white bread (Partido Quesoista) 9%

Write-In Candidates (various) 21%

1 comment:

cataspanglish said...

This is so unfair - I live in Spain and can't vote. Typical of you Americans to exclude the rest of us - you're just SO unilateral.

In any case - my vote would be for the mighty Spanish Bikini