The latest updates from Barack Obama's Facebook news feed.

The latest news from the president's profile.
May 21 2010 4:53 PM

Barack Obama's Facebook Feed

Superprimary Tuesday, Elena Kagan, and Rand Paul's new friends.

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Politico posted an article: "Incumbents Beware!"
Sam Brownback, Byron Dorgan, and Heroes are retiring.
Bob Bennett is no longer friends with Utah.
Utah
Why didn't you stop health care?
Bob Bennett
Because, um, we're in the minority.
Utah
Next.
Pennsylvania Democrats posted a poll:
Joe Sestak: Principled, swashbuckling young military man.
Arlen Specter: 80-year-old, opportunistic melted candle you've been voting against all your life.
The Washington Post posted an article: "Elections Results."
Joe Sestak posted a note on Barack Obama's Wall:
Joe Sestak
Thanks for the support, bud!
Barack Obama
What do you want?
Joe Sestak
My own navy.
Barack Obama
Done.
Roll Call posted an article: "Eyes Turn to Senate Primaries in California, Nevada, and North Dakota."
Arlen Specter joined the California, Nevada, and North Dakota networks.
Entertainment Weekly posted an article: "Six Years Later, Disillusioned Fans Mourn Dashed Hopes and Hackneyed Characters."
Blanche Lincoln
That's not fair.
Entertainment Weekly
We were talking about Lost. But that works, too.
Rand Paul THIS IS NOT MY VICTORY. THIS IS A TEA PARTY VICTORY.
Mitch McConnell
Caps lock broke?
Rand Paul
SORRY. TAPED IT DOWN. TEA PARTY RULES.
Rachel Maddow posted a video: "Rand Paul Opposes Civil Rights Act."
David Axelrod is going to Disney World.
Congressional Black Caucus invited Rand Paul to the event Candidate Breakfast.
Where:
When:
Attire:
Alley behind Rayburn Building.
11 p.m.
Tighty whities.
The New York Times posted an article: "Old British Guy Out as Prime Minister, What's-His-Face and Who's-It Head New Coalition."
Senate posted a bill: Financial Regulatory Reform.
Harry Reid
Uh-uh-uh. Remember what you and Uncle Harry talked about at Chuck E. Cheese?
Scott Brown
I remember...
Senate posted a bill: Financial Regulatory Reform.
Eliot Spitzer posted a note on Elena Kagan's Wall: "I'd Hit That."
Rahm Emanuel
Nice.
Elena Kagan became a fan of Zac Efron, Danielle Steele, and shoes.
Rahm Emanuel
Even better.
Elena Kagan became a fan of Victoria's Secret, cosmopolitans, and penis.
Rahm Emanuel
OK, too much.
BP tagged Transocean in a photo:
Transocean tagged Halliburton in a photo:
Halliburton tagged Oil of Olay in a photo:
Barack Obama
The finger pointing has got to stop.
NPR posted an article: "Oil Leak 10 Times Initial Estimate."
BP
Oops. Metric system, you know.
Mark Souder removed "Congressman" from his Work and Education information.
Mark Souder
Know who else slept with a female staffer? Jesus.
Dale Peterson for Agriculture Secretary posted a video: "I'm on a Horse."
Michael Steele added Dale Peterson to the group 2012 Short List.
Associated Press posted an an article: "Rodent Scurries by Obama During Speech; Social Secretary Blamed."
Richard Blumenthal removed Vietnam from the Places I've Been application.
Adam Wheeler added Vietnam to the Places I've Been application.
Adam Wheeler is running for Congress.

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