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Gordon Ramsay For President?

posted by mattaug

Gordon Ramsay

Outside of Mitt Romney perhaps one other person can be the job “saver” or creator the United States REALLY needs right now: Gordon Ramsay.

Yes, or “yah” as he would say, Ramsay comes off as arrogant, harsh and even cocky but the great chef has helped many restaurants and now even hotels via his FOX series’ Hells Kitchen and Hotel Hell.

More importantly, he has saved people’s jobs and improved their lives via the programs, including a third, Masterchef, which also airs on FOX over the summer.

Ramsay takes some rough measures, like cursing and yelling in some owners’ faces, even locking one behind a door for a few hours, but some of them need Gordon’s measures of tough love.

It takes a tough man to make a tender chicken, but nowadays it takes tough people in order to stay in business.

Take it from Gordon Ramsay.

 



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mattaug

posted September 9, 2012 at 10:48 am


I did think of that Dave, lol, but June was correct in pointing out this was just in fun. Thanks for reading post though and have a great week!



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June

posted September 7, 2012 at 8:18 pm


Dave, its just for fun.



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JUNE

posted September 7, 2012 at 8:17 pm


YES! He has my vote. :)
HUBBA HUBBA



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Dave Harris

posted September 7, 2012 at 7:29 pm


He cant. Hes an englishman or didnt you all notice.



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