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

The latest news from the president's profile.
Dec. 3 2010 2:37 PM

Barack Obama's Facebook Feed

WikiLeaks, DADT, and the guy who elbowed Obama in the lip.

Julian Assange posted 250,000 notes.
Hillary Clinton
Please tell me this is just your porn collection.
Julian Assange
In a manner of speaking.
New York Times posted an article: "SCANDAL: U.S. Officials Consider Qaddafi Unstable, Sarkozy Arrogant, Putin Incompetent."
Ban Ki-moon updated his Personal Information:
Hair: Black
Eyes: Brown
DNA: ATGCTTCGAAGATC...
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and UAE left the group Secret Iran Hater Club and joined the group Iran Hater Club.
The Guardian posted an article: "China Prepared to Abandon North Korea."
Kim Jong-un
Wonder what this button does.
China
Wait, OK, sorry! What do you want?
Kim Jong-un
Toys.
The New York Times posted an article: "A Wild Wedding in Dagestan, Russia."
Sweden added Julian Assange to the group Alleged Rapists.
Lady Liberty
It's true. You monster.
Julian Assange
She was asking for it.
Mike Huckabee posted a note: "Assassinate Julian Assange."
Bill Clinton
"Love thy neighbor"?
Mike Huckabee
Neighbor? He's from Australia!
PBS created the TV show "Where in the World Is Julian Assange?"
Rockapella
Well he'll ransack Pakistan / and run a scam in Scandinavia
Jimmy Wales edited his Work and Education information to "DIFFERENT Megalomaniacal Wiki Founder."
Amazon is no longer selling bandwidth to WikiLeaks.
Julian Assange
You're abetting censorship!
Amazon
Users who bought this also bought "Cry Me a River" and "Prison Break - Season One."
The CIA posted a note: "Pfc. Bradley Manning's Complete Gmail Archives."
Pfc. Bradley Manning
Hey!
CIA
What? It's transparency.
Julian Assange tagged Bank of America in a photo:
Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles posted a note: "Deficit Commission Report."
Alan Simpson
Got an idea.
Julian Assange posted a note: "Deficit Commission Report."
The Texas Tribune posted an article: "Judge May Rule Death Penalty Unconstitutional."
George W. Bush
See Karla? You can come back now. Karla?
Karla Faye Tucker
...
CNN posted an article: "Report: 70 Percent of Military Personnel Don't Oppose Gays."
John McCain
This survey is biased. They should have called them "twinkle toed nancy poofs."
NBC posted an article: "Senate Rejects Earmark Ban."
Rand Paul
Fun while it lasted. Who wants a museum?
Shirley Nielsen signed off.
Fox News posted an article: "NASA Discovers Microbes That Thrive on Arsenic."
NASA
Uh, we were talking about you.
CNN posted an article: "Obama Elbowed in Lip During Basketball; Needs 12 Stitches."
Barack Obama
You should see the other guy.

E! posted an article: "Bristol Palin Finally Loses on Dancing With the Stars."
Sarah Palin
It's OK, honey. This makes me relatable.
The World Cup added Qatar to its Destinations.
Hillary Clinton
Remember our deal.
125 members of the group Guantanamo Detainees joined the Qatar network.
Julian Assange posted a note: "WIKILEAKS EXCLUSIVE: Winner of the 2010 Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television."
Barack Obama
That's the last straw. Send in the drones.

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