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Thursday, February 5, 2009

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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

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Obama to DC: "Toughen Up!"




President Obama went out of his way to make fun of Washington DC for canceling school because of "some ice." From the Huffington Post:
At a meeting in the Roosevelt Room with business leaders to discuss the economy, President Obama asked to make an unrelated comment -- on the weather.

"My children's school was canceled today, because of what? Some ice," Obama said, and all at the table started laughing.

"As my children pointed out, in Chicago school is never canceled," he continued. He said that in their old hometown, "you'd go outside for recess in weather like this. You wouldn't even stay indoors."

The President said he would have to bring "some flinty Chicago toughness" to Washington.

Asked if he was calling Washingtonians wimps, Obama responded: "I'm saying that when it comes to the weather, folks in Washington don't seem to be able to handle things."

More on topic, President Obama said he is "confident" the stimulus package will pass.

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Paul McCartney on Colbert Report

Wednesday night Paul McCartney will go on the Colbert Report. He has a new album to promote! You can see him tonight at 11:30 ET.

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Colbert Calls Out O'Reilly



Colbert gets an "interview" with Bill O'Reilly and calls him out on rumors about Caroline Kennedy.

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Colbert: Al Arabiya Kidnaps Obama

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Daily Show: Qatar Hero

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