Here's What to Eat if Mitt Wins

2. Corn Corn comes from states that border neither the Atlantic nor Pacific Oceans. In election coverage the country usually breaks down the same way. Blue on the coasts, red on the interior. Republicans railed against public spending but seemed to have little problem with the three-decade long, multibillion-dollar-corn ethanol subsidy that was allowed to expire earlier this year.
1. Assorted Nuts High in protein and healthy fats, nuts really are a super food. Plus, Republicans say they make great ammunition for hurling at minority members of the media who take an opposing stance. Free speech!

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