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Jewish World Review
March 1, 2010
/ 15 Adar 5770
And now for the important news ....
Japan's media accused the U.S. Congress of unfairly bashing Toyota executives on Wednesday. Overall Japan broke even for the day. They kill a lot of people on U.S. roads by making Toyotas but they save a lot of lives at SeaWorld by harpooning whales.
Toyota's president Akio Toyoda was subjected to a brutal grilling by Democrats in Congress Wednesday. His composure was remarkable. He did very well considering this was the first time he ever appeared before the board of a rival car manufacturer.
Toyota officials told Congress they are working to fix the sticky accelerators and brake problems. They knew about the problem in Japan and they fixed it, they knew about the problem in Europe and they fixed it. An American car won't admit it has a problem until somebody hits it with a golf club and it starts to lose endorsements.
The White House began planning to set up a headquarters in Chicago for the campaign to re-elect President Obama. That's news. Last week he told ABC News he'd rather be a good one-term president than a mediocre two-term president but apparently he's changed his mind.
Superman's debut in Action Comics drew a million-dollar bid on Monday. It came out seventy-two years ago. Today parents have to explain to kids what a phone booth is and kids explain to parents why a flying man in tights isn't interested in Lois Lane.
Charlie Sheen checked into rehab Thursday with four episodes of Two and a Half Men still left to shoot for CBS this season. The actor has an ironclad deal regarding his production schedule. If shooting goes a minute overtime he gets paid time and a fifth.
Tiger Woods checked into a new clinic in Arizona Monday. He went to a rehab in Mississippi to treat his sex addiction, then to Arizona to deal with his prescription drug use. After that he goes to New York City where his next apology opens off-Broadway.
The White House backed a bill Friday giving ethnic Hawaiians a share of public lands if they can prove their pure Hawaiian blood. It's crazy. Why on earth would President Obama back a bill that forces every Hawaiian to produce a birth certificate?
The White House invited Republicans to a health care summit Thursday even though Democrats plan to use a fifty-one-vote reconciliation process called the nuclear option to pass reform without them. It won't end there. If Democrats think reconciliation is the nuclear option just wait until South Carolina explains nullification to them.
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