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Conspiracy Watch: Does Obama's Health Care Logo Resemble a Nazi Symbol?

If you ever doubt the power of conservative talk radio, consider this: The No. 1 search term on Google right now is "Obama health care logo." Your Gaggler had literally no idea what it was about so she, naturally, Googled it.  It turns out that radio host Rush Limbaugh on his show today went after the logo being used by Organizing for America in its push for health-care reform.

The Advocate Dings Obama on Gay Rights

  Looks like President Obama's efforts to smooth things over with the gay and lesbian community aren't going so well. Check out the latest issue of The Advocate, which illustrates its cover story on Obama's short-comings with LGBTs with a take on those famous Shepard Fairey campaign posters.

Obama Calls Out Newsweek. We Respond.

Who says news mags are dead? At a town hall in North Carolina this afternoon, President Obama gave a shout-out to this week's cover of Newsweek: I don't know whether you've seen the cover of the latest Newsweek magazine on the rack at the grocery store, but the cover says "The Recession Is Over."  I bet you found that news a little startling.  I know I did.

Will Shaq Meet Obama Today?

Is Shaquille O'Neal famous enough to just waltz into the White House unannounced? Apparently not. The gigantic NBA basketball star, now of the Cleveland Cavs, is in Washington today, where he's set to host the WWE's Monday Night RAW.

It's WH vs GOP on Health Care as Obama Tries to Convince Dems His Loss Would Be Their Defeat

Add another GOP senator to the list of Republicans the White House is assailing for stalling health care reform in the name of politics. Sen. Jim Inhofe, a Republican from Oklahoma, trashed President Obama's efforts on two different radio shows this week, implying that the GOP's attempts to stall health care reform will bring about Obama's "demise." "We are plotting the demise on a week by week basis of where Bill Clinton was in 1993 and where Obama is today, and his demise ratio is greater...

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