Presidential candidates are taking their turns with David Letterman. Last night, Sen. Barack Obama offered his top 10 campaign promises. He said he would appoint Mitt Romney as secretary of "lookin' good." He promised to balance the budget by renting out the White House situation room. And he would rename the tenth month of the year "Barack-tober."
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.
Presidential candidates are taking their turns with David Letterman. Last night, Barack Obama offered his top 10 campaign promises. He says he'll appoint Mitt Romney as secretary of looking good.
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INSKEEP: And promised to balance the budget by renting out the situation room, and rename the tenth month of the year Barack-tober. Earlier this week, John Edwards turned up on the same program and let David Letterman mess up his famous hair.
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