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Mixed emotions this week in the pool between the news of Tony Snow and Wednesday night’s festivities. FLOTUS makes a fashion faux pas and John Boehner has a little trouble with the letter “G”.
See the video here.
“Oh, I watched Wolf Blitzer yesterday. You were right. He has an incomparable grasp on current events. Is Wolf his real name?”
“Yes, yes. It’s his maternal grandfather’s name.”
It was an above average week for Hooker Ads. The week started off with a strong 12 on Monday, and after dipping to a low of four, they recovered nicely with a record-setting 13.
Friday predictably continues its dominance as the day with the most total ads:
And the running tally looks something like this:
From a reader:
Milbank describes former Gonzalez chief of staff Kyle Sampson as “a young version of Rove … a bit pudgy and jowly, and he spoke in a nerdy voice …”
I’m not denying his resemblance to Rove, but put an orange hat and vest on Sampson and he’s a dead ringer for Milbank himself:
From the Post:
CBS News has again raided CNN in an effort to beef up its staff in the Katie Couric era.
Jeff Greenfield, a senior political analyst for the cable network for nine years, has agreed to join CBS as the presidential campaign gears up. CBS recently hired general assignment reporter Kelly Wallace and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg away from CNN, and has made CNN anchor Anderson Cooper a “60 Minutes contributor.”
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