Romney has turned his back on America and announced that the classic American delicacy a cheese steak sandwich is not good enough for him. "He said the cheese steak had no nutritional value," Pennsylvania Governor Rendell told the Philadelphia NBC affiliate after Romney declined his offer of a cheese steak versus lobsters wager on the Super Bowl. The governors agreed on a bet in which the loser would travel to the winner’s city and sing the national anthem wearing a jersey of the winning team. The last politician to publicly criticize the cheese steak, Pittsburgh-area Pa. attorney general Mike Fisher, was trounced by Rendell in the 2002 gubernatorial race, NBC reported. "A Fisher TV spot during that election, which made fun of the rib-eye steak sandwich, became a campaign issue after the ad appeared on the Internet and in TV news broadcasts. The ad ended with Fisher holding a sandwich from Pittsburgh, proclaiming that he would take it "over a Philly cheesesteak, any day of the week." The ad drew an angry response in the cheesesteak’s home town in 2002," the station said.
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