Just signed up for ATA (Affordable Turkey Act). Government helps you choose bird and assigns approved side dishes.— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) November 23, 2013
The government-run Affordable Turkey Act? How does that work?
@patsajak Cleared thru FLOTUS for calorie count and trans fat!
— MikeinBelleIsle (@MikeinBelleIsle) November 23, 2013
@patsajak and if you like your turkey, you get to keep it – NOT
— Matthew V Parker (@MVPenergy) November 23, 2013
— Gregory VII (@AGM100TUC) November 23, 2013
@patsajak I'll take a side of the Sibelius stuffing and Pelosi's pumpkin pie. We'll know what's in it when we eat it.
— fatty mcbutterpants (@radiostomach) November 23, 2013
@patsajak Just wait until the Gravy Boards start weighing in though.
— hTa (@hwentworth) November 23, 2013
— Tom Cruz'n (@TinPotDickTator) November 23, 2013
— Perry Bentley (@BentleyPerry) November 23, 2013
@patsajak I signed up earlier.. My best option for a family of 4 was a Cornish game hen with a small bag of potato chips for a side.
— J P Hays (@Amadeus484) November 23, 2013
@patsajak Was gonna do that too, but the co-pays would have gobbled up my budget.
— Ray Kyle (@GeeTeeO) November 23, 2013
@patsajak Only now the turkey costs three times as much. Arrives in Feb. And it's bologna.
— Apologize For What? (@RennaW) November 23, 2013
@patsajak if you go into a turkey coma you better hope the death panels haven't been set up yet
— Jack Austin (@Howdyflanders) November 23, 2013
@patsajak I hear it requires sale of only 16lb and larger turkeys, citing the inadequacy of smaller birds, even for individuals.
— Fed Up (@JAMcReyn0lds) November 23, 2013
Elect Obama for a turkey in every pot. @patsajak Or, everyone elected a pot smoking turkey.
— John R. Dykstra (@John_R_Dykstra) November 23, 2013