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Obama's week in review - the 1980s hit radio version

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Dick Cheney reappeared in the news when the CIA told him that their lips were sealed regarding the release of certain memos he's requesting. "You keep me hangin' on for months just to hear this?", he likely wondered. He vowed to fight the power.

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Later in the day, Air Force One was flying high again. This time to Arizona State University where graduating students told the president that they were doin' alright, gettin' good grades, the future's so bright, that they had to wear shades.

He was also told he couldn't have an honorary degree. Gibbs said it don't mean nothing. And that's my prerogative, said the ASU president.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed it (pushed it real good) on Friday when she said the CIA lies to Congress time after time.

Leon Panetta disagreed sending out an email saying, "Spies like us should not worry but be happy." Pelosi sent out a clarifying statement later in the day which sounded like her first remarks were a careless whisper.

As the weekend neared, controversy continued to simmer over Obama's trip to a small town in Indiana -- not Kokomo, but South Bend. The president will give a speech to Sister Christian and others Sunday at Notre Dame.

Meanwhile First Lady Michelle got into her own supersonic-like jet as her office announced she was going back to cali to give an address at UC Merced.

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