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December 20, 2011

Next Up: The White House Christmas Card

As we segue from the Romney’s summery Christmas to the WH first family holiday portrait, I’m interested in your thoughts on the White House Christmas card.  As a little set up, this copy comes from ibdtimes:

Though family dog Bo is missing from the Obama family portrait, the White House Christmas card, following tradition by having the First Family absent, features him prominently. Replicas of Bo, meanwhile, are said to be sprinkled throughout nearly every room in the Oval Office for Christmas 2011, from life-sized models in felt to marzipan miniatures of the First Pooch.

Do you feel, like I do, it’s distinguished by how benign it is?

(illustration:  Mark Matuszak)

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