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

The latest news from the president's profile.
Jan. 14 2011 6:55 AM

Barack Obama's Facebook Feed

New era of civility edition.

Mayans updated the event Apocalypse.
When: 2011
Michael Steele added War and Peace to his Favorite Books.
Michael Steele
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times."
Charles Dickens
No, just the worst. For you.
The Wall Street Journal posted an article: "As Deficit Looms, Pentagon Faces the Knife."
Pentagon
You know we have guns, right?
Department of Justice sent Twitter a gift: "Subpoena for contents of Wikileaks' Twitter account."
The New York Times posted an article: "With New Heart Pump, Cheney Slowly Resumes Old Life."
Dick Cheney was tagged in a photo:
Tea Party Nation posted a note: "Finally, after months of sweat and toil, this is our time. Nothing can stand in our way."
The Washington Post posted an article: "Arizona Democrat Shot at Meet-and-Greet in Tucson."
Pima Community College tagged Jared Lee Loughner in a photo: Most Likely To
Succeed Sirhan Sirhan
Democrats posted a note: "It would be inappropriate to politicize this tragedy as being the result of Sarah Palin's gun-crazed, incendiary rhetoric."
The Arizona Sun posted an article: "Immigration Crisis at Mexican Border as Americans Flee Violence."
Peter King "Maybe we should tighten gun laws just a TEENSY bit ..."
Republicans added Peter King to the List Excommunicated.
Sheriff Clarence Dupnik was tagged in a video: "We Must Cool Down Our Rhetoric."
Guns N' Roses changed its name to Fun N' Roses
The Big Bang Theory changed its name to The Big Theory
Target changed its name to Surveyor's Symbol.
Sarah Palin posted a video: "Conservative rhetoric doesn't cause violence. Liberal rhetoric does!"
Face and Palm are now friends.
Sarah Palin posted a note: "Stop the Blood Libel!"
The Elders of Zion sent Tripp Palin a friend request.
Tom Delay is going to prison.
Tom Delay
I'm innocent! Sarah Palin made me do it with her rhetoric!
Joe Arpaio Loughner's great-great grandfather was Polish. Yet another reason to crack down on immigrants.
Barack Obama was tagged in a video: "Tucson Memorial Service."
Michele Bachmann posted a video: "Republican Response."
Bob Brady posted a note: "2011 Anti-Assassination Act."
Assassins Lobby sent Congress a gift: $150 million.
Bob Brady removed the note "2011 Anti-Assassination Act."
Steve Jobs Apple will now offer the iPhone through Ver
Error: overload.
Business Week posted an article: "Facebook Finally Acquires 'FB.com' Domain Name for $8 Million."
Mark Zuckerberg
Actually, we went ahead and bought ".com."
Glenn Beck added Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark to his Favorite Musicals.
Roger Ailes
That's it, you're gone.
Mitch McConnell posted a note: "Repeal Health Care Reform!"
Harry Reid
Too soon.
Mitch McConnell
But this has nothing to do with ...
Harry Reid
Too soon.

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