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8/23/2013 6:00:00 AM
Column: College students and Obama in same boat
Argus Hamilton
Argus Hamilton

HOLLYWOOD - God bless America, and how's everybody?

President Obama embarks on a two-day bus tour of upstate New York and northeast Pennsylvania to promote ways of lowering the costs of college. The president really connects well with college students. They're both in their fifth year and hopelessly in debt.

McDonald's employees announced plans to walk off the job on Labor Day to demand $15 an hour. It would put a damper on the weekend. Labor Day is a holiday when every-one celebrates a great American tradition - immigrants working on your day off.

The Nixon Library released tapes of Richard Nixon reacting to Watergate forty years ago. It was a burglary at the Watergate led by GOP operative G. Gordon Liddy looking for dirt on political opponents. The NSA refers to G. Gordon Liddy as the Father of Our Country.

Egyptian television reported President Obama's half-brother Malik Obama in Kenya directs financial investments for the Muslim Brotherhood. It's big news. If the ability to direct an economy runs in the family, Israel will win the next war before a shot is fired.

The White House announced Tuesday the First Family has added a second Portuguese Water Dog as a family pet and named her Sunny. They make great pets. The president's first Water Dog was a gift from Ted Kennedy, who discovered the breed at Chappaquiddick.




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