Breaking news: Our President may catch cold!

Warning: It is only my educated guess.

Breaking news only to bigthink:Our President may catch cold!


BASED ON MY OBSERATION ON CNN, MSNBC, FOX CABLE MORNING NEWS ON APRIL 1, 2009 ET TIME 7:30 AM.

In the First join meeting of President Obama and British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown in LONDON! If my behavior science training is right and the microphone system is intact,

then I can pretty sure: Our President was caught cold (HIS VOICE IS A BIT LOW AND NOT NORMAL!) in his first trip to London.

Warning: It is only my educated guess.

Reported by: Keynes Karl on April 1, 2009, 7:46 am ET

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