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Obamarama: Today in Future First Family News (Dec. 15, 2008)

Barack Obama waves after buying a Christmas tree in Chicago with 7-year-old daughter Sasha. (John Gress/Reuters)

Obama took Sasha and Malia out to buy a Christmas tree for their Chicago home yesterday. The trip, covered by the pool reporters who now follow him everywhere, had other shoppers pulling out their cellphones to take photos. It also inspired this wacky headline on the Chicago NBC affiliate's website: "Maybe This Will Dispel Muslim Rumors."

As you've probably already heard, the Obamas wanted to move into Blair House early to get the girls started on school; the White House said no, saying the place was already booked with events. England's The Independent newspaper doesn't just use the "no room at the inn" metaphor; they out and out claim this is a "snub."

Chris Rock says his daughters want to have a playdate with the Obama girls. Well, who doesn't? This is maybe more realistic than Billy Ray Cyrus's dream of having them on "Hannah Montana," but that's about it.

By The Reliable Source  |  December 15, 2008; 1:05 PM ET
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So let me understand the White House, or President Bush, or the Evil Republicans own Blair House and for some mean, ugly reason won't let the Obama girls start school. How awful we should start impeachment right now. There is no other place in the whole of DC to stay and no vehicles to transport the girls (to their very expecive private schools). All those at the Blair house just need to vacate. That is that is what needs to be done and legal action ought to be taken.

Posted by: wiseone678 | December 16, 2008 10:11 AM | Report abuse

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