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Bo Obama’s Brother Goes Gangsta

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Posted by Witch Hazel | Posted in Bo Obama, Going rogue | Posted on 19-10-2009

Proving you can take the dog outta the dog house, but you can’t take the dog house outta the dog… Bo Obama’s brother, Cappy, went rogue at the White House.

Bo was celebrating his 1st birthday earlier this month, when Cappy went all Rambo style on a plateful of doggy treats.

Wait your turn, Cappy. Stop trying to steal Bo’s shine!

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Bo Obama’s Brother Goes Gangsta

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Posted by admin | Posted in Bo Obama, Going rogue | Posted on 19-10-2009

Proving you can take the dog outta the dog house, but you can’t take the dog house outta the dog… Bo Obama’s brother, Cappy, went rogue at the White House.

Bo was celebrating his 1st birthday earlier this month, when Cappy went all Rambo style on a plateful of doggy treats.

Wait your turn, Cappy. Stop trying to steal Bo’s shine!

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Bo Obama’s Brother Goes Gangsta

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Posted by Elphaba Of The Brew | Posted in Bo Obama, Going rogue | Posted on 19-10-2009

Proving you can take the dog outta the dog house, but you can’t take the dog house outta the dog… Bo Obama’s brother, Cappy, went rogue at the White House.

Bo was celebrating his 1st birthday earlier this month, when Cappy went all Rambo style on a plateful of doggy treats.

Wait your turn, Cappy. Stop trying to steal Bo’s shine!

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Bo Knows Books

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Posted by admin | Posted in Bo Obama, Book Review, Obamas | Posted on 17-04-2009

White House dog, Bo Obama, is an authorist like Maya Wilkes. Mascot Books will release “Bo, America’s Commander in Leash” this month. The Virginia-based company started the book before Bo was even chosen by the First Family.

In the book, Bo serves as the narrator and takes readers on a tour of the White House.

The book is destined to sell more that Bow Weakzy. The company already has 50,000 preorders and plans to print 100,000 copies of the book which retails for $14.95.

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