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Scott Walker alienates Philadelphia after ordering a cheesesteak completely wrong

Philadelphia residents are none-too-pleased with the presidential hopeful after his controversial cheesesteak mishaps this week.

Wisconsin Gov. and presidential candidate Scott Walker stopped by Pat’s and Geno’s in South Philly [Tuesday] for a campaign event, and, perhaps not surprisingly, things appear to have not gone all that well.

First off, it appears that when Walker showed up, he cut his way into the line at Geno’s, which legitimately and understandably upset some members of the lunch crowd…Then, over at Pat’s following his second steak, Walker reportedly left his trash on a table in the outdoor seating area, apparently expecting the steak shop to send out a member of the wait staff (which does not exist) to clean it up. [Philly.com]

“This isn’t about a cheesesteak,” explained the Democratic Underground after the incident. “It’s about the ability of a candidate to interact with everyday people. 

Perhaps he should have stuck with hot ham

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