Nancy Reagan Endorses Romney, Makes Dangerous Snack Choice

SIMI VALLEY, CA - SEPTEMBER 7:  First lady Nancy Reagan (C) is greeted by candidates Mitt Romney (L) and Texas Gov. Rick Perry before the start of the Ronald Reagan Centennial GOP Presidential Primary Candidates Debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on September 7, 2011 in Simi Valley, California. The debate is sponsored by POLITICO and NBC News.   (Photo by Chris Carlson-Pool/Getty Images)
You know I don't do well with baked goods. Photo: Pool/2011 Getty Images

Nancy Reagan's endorsement of Mitt Romney on Thursday did not come without a major obstacle: She served him cookies. Recall in April when voters in Pennsylvania served an award-winning baker's cookies to the Republican candidate, about which Romney observed, "They came from the, local, uh, 7-Eleven," before a horrified onlooker interrupted him. Nancy Reagan, 90, said of Romney in a statement, "Mitt and Ann Romney joined me at my home this afternoon for some lemonade and cookies and I offered my firm endorsement of his campaign for President." No word if he learned his lesson and quietly ate the cookies. Maybe he got the best of himself and told Nancy that he'd been served better lemonade by some youngster outside of his La Jolla vacation home.