Bo Obama – Lost Days Celebrity of the Day

The First Dog and His Favorite Book

Bo Obama is photographed walking the White House grounds with his favorite book Lost Days to promote canine literacy.  When asked why Lost Days was his favorite book, he barked.

What? He’s a dog.  What did you expect?

Next up for Bo?  He’s taking an adult continuing education class in Photoshop?  When asked why, he barked.

We’ve been over this.

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Palin Related to Princess Diana and Barack Obama is related to Brad Pitt

I can see Russia from my cousin Sarahs house.

"I can see Russia from my cousin Sarah's house."

From the world of the mildly interesting, it turns out that GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin is related to Princess Dianna & Franklin Delano Roosevelt.  On the flip side, Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama is related to Dick Cheney and Brad Pitt.  My question is how small is this friggin’ planet?  Are we all related to each other?  No news on how all the candidates are connected to Kevin Bacon yet.  You can find out more about the candidates and their relations by clicking here:  Sarah Palin related to Princess Diana and Franklin D Roosevelt and here: Palin and Princess Diana Related.

 

 

 

A Few Honest Words

As we head into the homestretch of the presidential election, this Ben Sollee song perfectly captures what I expect, and rarely get from our politicians.  Just A Few Honest Words.  If only. 

Rumor of all Rumors!

The Democratic Ticket?

The Democratic Ticket?

Some political insiders are saying that John Kerry is on the top of Obama’s short list of vice presidential candidates.  How can a career senator on your ticket help bring change to Washington?   I’m guessing this rumor was floated to gauge the reaction.  So, will this help or hurt Obama?

Man, The Guy Can Give a Speech

The nomination is wrapped up for Obama.  McCain has his work cut out for him, because I have never heard a better speaker in my lifetime than Barack Obama.  In honor of history being made tonight, I give you Yes We Can

BTW – I think the speech he gave in Minesota tonight was his best speech yet.