Presumed Republican presidential nominee John McCain stopped off to press the flesh at the Kerby's Coney Island on Telegraph Road near Maple in Bloomfield Township this week.
There, he chatted with people having breakfast in this largely Republican area. Brent Coburn, a spokesman for Deomcrat Barack Obama's campaign told The Detroit News, "Buying breakfast in Bloomfield Hills is the first thing John McCain has done right for the Michigan economy."
One month earlier, McCain stopped off at a Senate Coney Island in Livonia and told diners, "It's time for meaningful sanctions (against Iran), either by the United Nations or by individual states acting together." Alex Lunberg of the Observer newspapers got the scoop.
That also was a breakfast stop.