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  • Is the President "Enchanted?"

    During last night’s press conference, New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleney asked the President what had “enchanted” him the most in his first 100 days in office. And later he closed his press conference bemoaning the number of issues on his plate: “No. I would love a nice, lean portfolio to deal with…”

    We couldn’t help but think of a kid-friendly song that the President must hear repeatedly played in the White House residence. Hopefully, this will relax him today. It relaxed us.


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    2 Responses to Is the President "Enchanted?"

    1. Larry in Texas says:

      Again ALL of my comment was on subject and free of obsene langauge, yet again you pull it from the board. I guess Obama has got to you as well now!

    2. Jay in Texas says:

      It would seem that Mr. Obama's portfolio would be leaner if he had not been so eager to involve the government in things that it is not suited to be involved in which is most every pie that he has stuck his finger into. The best government is the least intrusive and the smallest.

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