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Jewish World Review
May 16, 2012/ 24 Iyar, 5772
The News in Zingers
Senator Rand Paul told a GOP dinner he doesn't see how President Obama's actions could be any gayer. That's unfair and untrue. The president did turn down an offer from three choreographers to have the Health Care Reform Law made into a Broadway musical.
West Virginia newspapers demanded tighter ballot registration laws after a prison inmate nearly beat Obama in last week's Democratic primary. It's a fine line. If they ban all criminals from getting onto the ballot, no one will be eligible to run for re-election.
The FAA made plans Monday to let local entities acquire drone planes. All the local TV stations in L.A. will get one. One day O.J. Simpson will be released from that Nevada jail and the TV station manager that misses O.J.'s drive back home will be looking for work.
President Obama's departed speechwriter Jon Lovett sold a sitcom that's set in the White House to NBC Sunday. He moved to L.A. after writing the Health Care law, the stimulus bill and the Dream Act. His comedy writing career in Washington had gone as far as it could go.
The Financial Times says Greek millionaires fled to London Friday and brought their money with them. They instinctively went to London. The Greeks know if they had flown to New York City, the TSA would've found their money in their underwear and pocketed it.
John Edwards' lawyer began his defense in North Carolina Monday. It's tough to for him to find any character witnesses. He found a Hollywood agent who would cheat on a dying wife with a groupie and then charm a hundred-year-old lady into giving them money to cover up the pregnancy, but it's pilot season and he cannot leave Beverly Hills right now.
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