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A Barack Obama impersonator was pulled off the stage Saturday (June 18th) at a Republican forum in New Orleans after he made fun of the GOP presidential candidates and joked about Obama's biracial heritage. Speaking about Newt Gingrich's advisers quitting all together, he said they, quote, "are dropping faster than Anthony Weiner's pants." Of Tim Pawlenty, he said he missed the conference because, quote, "he's having his foot surgically removed from his mouth." Brown also joked about Mitt Romney's Mormon faith and polygamy, and Rep. Michele Bachmann's Tea Party support, before organizers cut off his microphone and escorted him off the stage.
The end of Brown's routine before it was cut short:
Women worry the most about how their stomachs look when they're buying a swimsuit, a new poll shows. Almost half (45%) of women have purchased a suit that claims to trim down their figures, including offering tummy control and overall slimming, according to a survey of 1,009 women, ages 18 and up, conducted for ShopSmart (shopsmartmag.org). About 18% of women don't like how they look in a bathing suit, 40% are impartial, and 36% are OK with it.
Other findings of the poll:
1. Weight Watchers
2. (tie) Jenny Craig
2. (tie) Raw Food Diet
4. Volumetrics Diet
5. (tie) Slim-Fast Diet
5. (tie) Vegan Diet
On Gabrielle Giffords' last birthday - her 40th - her husband, Mark Kelly, tricked her into thinking they were going for a hike in the Coronado National Forest.
When they pulled up to the entrance to Finger Rock Trail, a mariachi band was waiting, along with 20 or 30 members of Giffords' staff, relatives and friends.
Today the scene will be vastly different as the homesick congresswoman marks her 41st birthday in a hospital out of state. It's a birthday she might not have lived to see, if not for the brave bystanders and talented doctors who tended her after she was shot in the head on Jan. 8.
"That's something that I think crosses everyone's mind," said her spokesman, C.J. Karamargin. This year, he said, the occasion "will be a little bit more low-key."
"The congresswoman is going to spend most of her birthday the same way she spends every day: in rehab, working hard at getting better."
That means about six hours' worth of physical therapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy at TIRR Memorial Hermann in Houston, where Giffords has been recovering since late January.
After the sessions wrap up, Karamargin said, there will likely be a small gathering in her hospital room with Kelly and a few friends and loved ones.
But the birthday gift she wants more than anything - a trip home to Tucson - may not happen for a while.
Giffords is expected to leave the hospital and start outpatient therapy sometime this summer, though it isn't known yet whether that will take place in Houston or in her hometown.
"Hopefully it won't be long before she'll be able to come back and see the mountains and breathe the air," Karamargin said.
"That has always been a source of strength for her."
Contact reporter Carol Ann Alaimo at email@example.com or at 573-4138.