Monday, March 3, 2008

I'll take two dogs and a presidential endorsement

I always love it when my two top interests find a way to merge, and I can't think of a tastier story than this.

Nicholas A. B. Gray, the founder and owner of Gray's Papaya, a NYC based hotdog chain (which I wish would come to DC), has endorsed Barack Obama in a big putting up a huge sign on his Broadway and 72nd St store.

Gray's track record is mixed at best, endorsing Jimmy Carter in 1976, Bill Bradley in 1999, and encouraging current NYC mayor Mike Bloomberg to run for President this past year.

Regardless of your politics, it's great to see more people than ever getting involved. Now I only wonder if Obama wins it all, if he'll stop by Gray's for a victory dog.

1 comment:

B said...

I really can't wait to see what happens in this election.