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And now some fresh pickings from the political gridlock.
North Carolina democratic governor Beverly Perdue is trying to walk back what appears to be a controversial comment.
That's something pretty fundamental to the American way of life.
You know part.
-- TV does not -- yeah.
Produced Press Secretary says the governor was quote obviously using hyperbole to highlight.
What we can all agree is a serious problem.
Joke or bad idea we report you decide.
-- Detroit news columnist reports that Ford pulled its add on bail -- after apparently ruffling feathers at the White House.
The ad was launched earlier this month it shows a guy named Chris who says He quote wasn't going to buy another car that was bailed out by our government.
The White House reportedly questioned whether the commercial was publicly denigrating the bailout policy that fort itself supported and continues to support.
But Ford wrote on FaceBook it was not coerced into removing the -- saying for weeks is the typical life cycle for a campaign.
The destroyed columnist is sticking by his story.
And finally hallmark is now selling sympathy cards for unemployed friends and relatives.
Some stores have a specific section now for recession -- -- offering words of support and encouragement.
And they are apparently selling well.
One card reads quote don't think of it as losing your job think of it as a timeout between stupid bosses.
A media -- columnist quips quote because there's nothing unemployed people like more than knowing their friends still have enough money to spend 599 on.
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