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could there ever be a day go by that the startribune wouln't put obama's picture on. the same thing happens ever day on tv. does the king and the media think that is necessary.
His mouth is full of something...I think everyone knows what's in it.
Wow, Farklestein..here's a thought. He's the president. He's in the news. That's why there are pictures. The media tends to like pictures and things. That's why it's called "media."
She is the 1%.
Easy appointment, considering taxpayers are now going to get a 10% rebate for all purchases made by the Department of the Interior.
Not bad. Certainly, she wouldn't be any worse than Salazar.
While I agree she can't be any worse than Salazar, and she may not be so biased against oil since she once worked at Mobil, it would be nice if someone with a hunting and fishing background got the job once in a while. Bill G.
Here's something funny that either a Democrat, Republican, or independent can laugh about. I believe it was Jessica Simpson or some other female celebrity who was introduced to the Secretary of the Interior at the White House and she subsequently said to him, "I love what you done with the place".
Ought to be able to leverage that position to market the great outdoors!
Another campaign donor gets a government job and a great penison
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