Obama's week in review - the 1980s hit radio version
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It's like a totally tubular marriage (don't tell Miss California) of hits from the 80s (complete with big hair and YouTube videos) and some of the week's raddest political stories.
Let the awesomeness begin...
This was the beginning of a manic Monday for the president. His first public event focused on health care. Obama did not say he wanted a new drug or address the problems associated with bad medicine. Rather, he told doctors, doctors, and nurses that it was possible to slash $2 trillion over the next decade by cutting -- like a knife -- the annual growth in costs.
After Monday's press briefing there was wild speculation that Obama would be walking like an Egyptian next month as Gibbs announced a trip to that country on June 4.