Obama and the Price of Arugula
Sen. Barack Obama sure has a way of connecting to his audience. On a farm in Iowa he commented on high prices in grocery stores, just not ones most Iowans go to:
“Anybody gone into Whole Foods lately and see what they charge for arugula?” the senator said. “I mean, they’re charging a lot of money for this stuff.”
The state of Iowa, for all of its vast food production, does not have a Whole Foods, a leading natural and organic foods market. The closest? Omaha, Minneapolis or Kansas City.
The empty suit strikes again. This guy should wait until a Whole Foods actually opens in Iowa before running for President.