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Uh-oh, 'You just pulled an Obama'

“If you started your political career with Bill Ayers and then have trouble using the word , .”

As reported at Twitchy, trending at No.1 on Twitter last Friday night was a handy guide to knowing if #YouJustPulledAnObama. The hashtag remained in the top 10 trending topics through Saturday night, as more and more tweeters picked up on the meme, using it to slam the president without mercy.

Here’s a sample of hundreds, maybe thousands of tweets that mocked Obama:

If you say “God bless” to Planned Parenthood, who gets joy out of killing God’s most beautiful creation.”

“If you think that Americans will roll over and surrender their 2nd Amendment rights

OK, just one more …

“If you close WH doors for school kids in the name of , then invite celebs to attend your lavish party,

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“Tweet like a girl: Sarah Palin blasts ‘DC a–clowns’ at ‘pathetic’ Correspondents’ Dinner”

Whoo boy! Did Sarah Palin let them have it! The Washington elite got a snootful when the lip-sticked hockey mom from Wasilla told them what she – and no doubt most of America – thought of the “nerdprom” White House Correspondents Association Dinner held in the nation’s capitol last Saturday night.

The former vice presidential nominee’s opinion obviously still carries weight, as Palin’s comments were retweeted and shared by thousands at Twitter and Facebook, and attracting countless more comments at headline-makers in national and international media outlets including the Washington Times, the Washington Post, the Daily Mail Online and the Business Insider. Twitchy featured it prominently as its lead on Sunday.

Breitbart reported, “Former Alaska governor and vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin, who has fiercely fought crony capitalism and the permanent political class, absolutely blistered the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday, tweeting that the dinner was “pathetic” and that “DC a–clowns” were throwing “themselves a #nerdprom” while “the rest of America is out there working our a–es off.” ”

To borrow a slogan from a cable news outlet: “Sarah Palin – honest and unafraid.”

Body language

At last week’s dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library, five living presidents assembled for the event. One photo in particular garnered this comment about the body language of the current president and, especially, the first lady.

Facebook earns Zuckerberg $2.3 billion

Sitting in his college dorm room in 2004, Mark Zuckerberg couldn’t possibly have known that within ten years, he’d owe the government millions.

Fast forward to the present when Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Facebook earned close to $2.3 billion in 2012 when he exercised 60 million stock options just before his online social networking site went public.

According to AP, Zuckerberg’s windfall was detailed in regulatory documents filed Friday. Facebook’s shares closed last Friday at $26.85.

“Worry about yourself!”

A friend sent this along with the following message: “This has been a grim week in America, so I snatch light where I can. This video is 47 seconds of sheer delight.”

It has racked up more than a million and a half views of a tot named August telling her daddy she can handle buckling herself in.

The beauty within – food for thought

Have you seen this video ad presented by a complexion soap company? Nearly two million have viewed the six-part series featuring an FBI-trained, former police forensic artist whose sketches reveal something to his subjects they didn’t know about themselves. The short videos are a fascinating and emotional look at how we view ourselves.

“Women are their own worst beauty critics,” soap company Dove explains. “Only four percent of women around the world consider themselves beautiful. At Dove, we are committed to creating a world where beauty is a source of confidence, not anxiety. So, we decided to conduct a compelling social experiment that explores how women view their own beauty in contrast to what others see.”

Find out more here.

About our states

This programming offers an informative and entertaining look at the history of our states, how their boundaries were shaped, and other fascinating facts. This entertaining series produced by the History Channel is hosted by Brian Unger, who travels the country to uncover its history hidden in our map and is available now on YouTube.

Hack attacks

Amazon’s LivingSocial, a daily deals site, experienced a massive cyberattack on its computer systems last week, impacting 50 million customers of the D.C.-based company.

Blog Talk Radio, home of my radio program, was the victim of an outage caused by non-stop DDOS attacks over a four-day period earlier this month. A system was installed to stop the attacks, but that system also was compromised. BTR’s engineers resorted to installing a new set of hardware to prevent further hack attacks.

CEO Alan Levy posted at Facebook, “As you know, freedom of speech comes with a heavy price to pay. We are targets because we provide for millions of people to share ideas and express themselves. Thanks for your patience and the patience of your dedicated and loyal listeners.”

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