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Romanowski: McCain & Palin used my supplements

By Josh Richman
Wednesday, November 5th, 2008 at 3:32 pm in Elections, John McCain, Sarah Palin.

I was talking with former NFL Pro-Bowl linebacker and Oakland Raider Bill Romanowski today, one of half a dozen East Bay notables I interviewed for a forthcoming story about their reactions to Obama’s win.

Romanowski said he’s inspired by Obama, but was proud to have played a role in the McCain/Palin campaign, too. What’s that, you say? Well, it seems John McCain and Sarah Palin might be satisfied customers of Romanowski’s Lafayette-based Nutrition53 nutritional supplement business.

“We had found out that Sarah Palin had been using my Lean1 product — it was said she went from a size 6… to a size 4,” Romo told me. “So, being able to eat healthy and to keep the figure that she wanted to keep, she utilized Lean1. I’m just excited that I’m able to make an impact, that my company is able to make an impact in people’s lives. My career in the National Football League for so many years was about me and my ego, and now when I think about it, I want my legacy to be, ‘This guy, yeah he was a tough football player, he won Super Bowls, but he also changed people’s lives… That really excites me, I get passionate each and every day.”

Romo said it was also rumored that John McCain was taking his Neuro1 product, which Nutrition53′s Web site says “delivers the neuronutrients you need for the best mental energy, focus and memory to perform in your daily life.”

The New York Daily News reported this about a month ago, followed by the Rocky Mountain News, and then by bloggers questioning McCain’s health and acuity. Palin’s Lean1 use was picked up by the New York Daily News last week. The campaign didn’t comment on any of those, and I’m guessing it won’t do so now.

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  • http://www.ConstitutionalRepublicans.org Walter, GOP Livermore City-Chair

    I’d like to remember Romo as a Niner, not a Raider! Those sure were the days!