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Robert Gibbs stars in White House IPhone App spot


The White House is rolling out its IPhone app--you can watch and hear the State of the Union Wednesday on your IPhone, at www.whitehouse.govor on cable, network tv or radio. The speech starts at 8 p.m. Chicago time and 9 p.m. eastern time. White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is the pitchman in this slick spot promoting the new application. Not all White House videos comes with music in the background--this one does.


When is the White Houuse going to stop being obsessed with looking cool? The State of the Union on an i-Phone! Wow! It's only on every single broadcast channel and half of cable. The country basically stops for the State of the Union. They just can't resist the urge to look hip and make a cutesy commercial. That's just what this presidency's turning into, a lame cell phone commercial, complete with annoying music and expensive, unnecessary features.

Jeez, fix the economy already, why don't ya? Maybe they're plan is to turn things around by selling more i-Phones.......

Hehe, he is so cute :) A great commercial.

Take your Health care, taxes, and the corrupt census,and stick them up your Communist ass; We are not doing it any more!! Boycotts, an revolt are in order. In my area, we plan to boycott the census, inlare numbers. You Communists are in the wrong country!!

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