Wow! Fifty year old tapes of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis telling it like it really was way back when. I understand she really doesn't pull any punches, which is intriguing. I haven't heard any of it yet, but I'll tell you, I always suspected that Wooly Mammoth was kind of a stuck up jerk. And I'll bet anything that Stegosaurus was gay.
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The History Channel's miniseries on the Kennedy Family is grassy knoll-onger scheduled to be aired, and it most likely won't be coming back (and to the left)…
After the jump, President Obama secretly receives classified award for excellence in transparency.
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According to the BuzzFeed website, there is currently an article about the current First Lady's sartorial decisions that is "surging" on the popular news site The Huffington Post. Please note, there are accompanying PHOTOS…
As it is commonly understood around the Indecision offices that you are of the female genre of people, would it be improper of me to inquire the following questions from you?
* Who is Sophie Theallet, and how is it that Michelle Obama might have found herself in possession of her clothing?
* What is a "bow blouse," and is that an appropriate choice for a late summer Massachusetts funeral?
* As a good American, am I supposed to impressed by these choices and mentally comparing her to the late Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, or simply aghast by her at the utter gaucheness of it all?
* How does any of this constitute "news"?
Please advise, as I am sincerely confused. I thank you in advance.
Dennis James Gregory DiClaudio, Jr., B.A., Esq., III
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Marc Ambinder thinks Obama's — and, by extension, the U.S.'s — failures at G-20 might have been somewhat obscured by all the zazz and hooha…
There may indeed have been "friction" between the Americans and some European leaders on issues like accounting standards, but this blog evaluates the political consequences of President Obama's activities for his domestic audience. You'd be forgiven for not seeing too much coverage of the economic debate, and for thinking that Obama Style Eclipised Merkel Substance, and not the other way round.
The message is probably different in Europe — the U.S. didn't get what it wanted, but I think the national security message shapers here are OK with that. While it's true that the U.S. hoped for some flexibility on spending, it was important not to appear to be seen as bullying Europe into submission.
Well, I can see what he's getting at, but I think that when you're concerning yourself with economic issues at an extreme macro level like this, you have to remember that what I really liked about Michelle Obama's outfits were how understated they were, ya know? I think she totally gave Carla Bruni a run for her money in the Jackie O department.
You go, girl!
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