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Obama's Top 10 Jokes from the White House Correspondences Dinner

On Saturday, May 3rd 2014 President Barack Obama delivered his last White House Correspondents’ Dinner performance, coincidentally it's also the 100th anniversary of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. Below is the President's top 10 jokes as reported by Politico.

 

Running For Everything, Standing For Nothing

Two campaigns for governor come to an end yet we don't ask how these winners stand to govern -- rather how Christie's victory boosts his Presidential run and how McAuliffe's win may bolster Hillary's race.

 

Diplomacy With Iran: Where We Stand and What To Expect

The UN General Assembly meetings this week offer President Obama a chance to capitalize on recent diplomatic developments with Syria and to extend a hand to new Iranian president Hassan Rouhani in the hopes of launching renewed negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program.

 

Where's A Washington Stalemate When You Need One?

Obama seeks Congressional approval to strike Syria, a mission lacking clear reason, aims and scope. He wants swift action but maybe Congress will move as quickly as it did to consider the American Jobs Act.

 

L'affair Snowden - What We Have Learned

Ok. Snowden is on the run.

“It’s espionage!” “He’s a traitor!!”.

Yeegads. All for telling us that our government is listening to us and wants to listen to the globe.

“We have warrants!” shouts Obama,

 

Our Ten-Year vs Their Tenure

In the past ten years, Republicans have revolted against their own cap-and-trade & healthcare plans, against science, common sense & decency, purging the few moderates from their ranks.

 

Bloodshed and Unemployment Insurance

The New York Times front page on 7 March 1930, the day following the march for Unemployment Insurance.

 

We do not need another Bush in the White House

I was reading in USA Today an article about former Florida Governor Jeb Bush and a book he has published concerning immigration.

 

The Tea Party, part 1

The old saying goes: It's important to keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. Keeping this in mind, a few weeks ago I joined a Tea Party community undercover.