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Obamarama: Today in Future First Family News (Nov. 26, 2008)

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We are about to ratchet up the adorableness to a whole new level -- can you stand it? In their historic First Daughters Summit last week, Jenna and Barbara talked with Sasha and Malia about jumping on the White House beds, according to an interview Laura Bush gave "Good Morning America" today.

But what, you ask, is the latest with the Obama dog search? The ever-wily Barbara Walters managed to get some new intel out of the future president, as you can see in her interview airing tonight. How'd she do it? Using the time-honored tactic of sending her story subject a photo of her own pup, a Havanese named Cha Cha. Obama can barely contain his distaste:

But, but it's's like a little yappy dog... It like sits in your lap and things? ... It sounds kind of like a...a girly dog.. . We're gonna have a big, rambunctious dog.

So now you know. . . Meanwhile, so many other questions. Like, where will the Obamas dine out? The Examiner throws out some helpful suggestions, and god bless 'em, we're all just guessing at this point. . . Much debate and lobbying still going on about where they will go to church -- read the Post's story here, enter the On Faith debate here.

The Post's Ruth Marcus enters the Michelle-as-mommy debate that all the op-eds and blogger-essayists are enjoying these days, as does this CNN commentator. But the author of the blog Michelle Obama Watch is so terribly tired of it.

By The Reliable Source  |  November 26, 2008; 3:36 PM ET
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Good grief -- he even likes real dogs, not rats dressed in dog suits. Now I know for sure that I voted for the right guy!

Posted by: snowshoe1 | November 26, 2008 11:44 PM | Report abuse

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