Obama's week in review - the 1980s hit radio version
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It wasn't Til Tuesday that we found out that that California girl, Carrie Prejean would keep her Miss California crown. Now, she's a beauty and all, but pictures of the girl on film could have meant she'd lose her title. It wasn't like she was a centerfold or anything and Donald Trump didn't see a problem but said her answer on weddings was the same as President Obama's.Skip to next paragraph
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Gibbs didn't say anything about it, but Obama probably wondered, "Lady, you bring me up - why?"
Sarah Palin was back in the news Tuesday with word up in Alaska that she'd be writing a book. Not that she can see Russians from her house, but that could be a chapter. Also, perhaps a chapter on how rumors got started that she didn't know Africa was a continent.
Meanwhile, Dick Cheney was on the Sly Fox network. His message to Republicans? Don't stop believin' in conservative principles. Some Republicans -- but all off the record -- said they wished the former veep would say "Hasta la vista, baby."
It was like the Twilight Zone in the press briefing room on Wednesday when cell phones kept ringing off the hook. Was it London calling? Perhaps it was someone who called to say I love you. Maybe it was Jenny, Jenny. Whoever it was, it bothered Robert Gibbs. He acted like an annoyed professor demanding the offending phones. Although no one seemed to be hot for teacher.