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And now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
The Washington Post 5400.
Word article focusing on Mitt Romney's alleged bullying and prankster lifestyle while in high school.
Is being criticized on the right the post's own Jennifer Rubin notes the absence of long investigative pieces on President Obama.
-- concludes quote no wonder conservatives are suspicious of mainstream media.
Meanwhile looking through the post's archives from the 2008 campaign without a total of two articles mentioning then senator Obama's high school years.
One of those spent 101000 words describing how Hawaii shaped his life.
His school friends admiration for him and briefly mentions his self confessed drug use.
The other looks at -- school sports influenced the presidential candidates.
A new book claims bill and Chelsea Clinton urged Hillary to challenge President Obama in the 2012 primaries.
Edward cline quotes former President Clinton calling President Obama and amateur and incompetent and a family gathering last summer.
Clinton reportedly urged his wife quote you know better than Obama does the country needs you.
The Clinton and Obama camps are both hitting back calling Klein had known liar Klein a former New York Times magazine editor dismisses that.
And updating a story we brought you earlier this week in our Friday follow up segment bake sales in Massachusetts schools.
Will not be given the boot.
Governor Deval Patrick asked health officials to reverse guidelines that would ban on whole healthy school foods at school starting.
August 1 meaning no more sweet treats sales.
After the subsequent public outcry the state backed off and ordered classroom and fundraising events to be excluded from the rules.
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