Obama Now Slightly Less Popular Than Swine Flu

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  • Protests are set to continue in Iran today after opposition leader Mousavi called for another mass rally. Western journalists can't really cover this, as they have been banned by the government, so the world will just have to watch amateur YouTubes of this event. [AP]
  • The public still likes President Obama well enough, but they'd like to know what he's going to do about the budget deficit that he inherited and has had FIVE WHOLE MONTHS to eliminate. [US News and World Report]
  • HLTH Corp. is going to get eated by subsidiary Web MD Health Corp. in an all-stock, tax-free buffet. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Wait, what? John "I will not ride alone in a car with a lady" Ensign was rumored to have had ANOTHER affair way back in 2002, long before he laid a hand on a married campaign staffer. [New York Daily News]
  • Swine flu has finally come to the idyllic Florida Keys, as foretold in Ernest Hemingway's elegiac science fiction novel Viruses in the Stream. [AP]
  • The Iranian soccer team narrowly missed qualifying for the World Cup 2010 finals, which would have given sports writers a really compelling emotional/political angle to work. [Soccer America Daily]
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