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We have of course one of the most persistently visible -- rule -- believe voluble presidency well since about Bill Clinton.
Just about that I guess we go back if that law.
But the same can't be said of this voluble president's cabinet so we thought it would be fun to just examined who runs the government for this president.
And I main event where my colleagues are on the broadcast that most people could identify the secretaries of the various departments that make up our executive branch.
-- I did it that way so I wouldn't embarrass either them -- me by testing.
All of us -- -- broadcast sister who is -- but here we go first the easy ones if we may.
Of course we -- the secretary of state Hillary Clinton she got a head start on -- identification.
As First Lady and senator.
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner he's disappeared recently have you noticed.
As he tends to do and there's great uncertainty or excitement in the market.
An attorney general Eric Holder.
In -- he's trying to disappear.
-- he's easy to remember is the first sitting attorney general ever.
To be found in contempt of congress and cited for being for -- holding fast and furious documents.
What you know -- all works out foreign and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta.
Now he's got a memorable.
Basset Hound countenance and he and he looks as a Defense Secretary -- is that he has the way.
Of the of civilization on the shoulders but things got a little harder after that.
Interior secretary Salazar that's him.
That's and you've probably never seen without his cowboy up -- areas.
And Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
Not memorable unless you happen to agree with his belief that food stamps -- economic stimulus I'm hoping personally that comes up in tonight's debate.
By the way Neil Cavuto is hosting our debate coverage is going to be going on all might hear me.
Parts business that worked so we hope you'll be with -- throughout the evening.
Of he looks good there but -- But we don't really have one anymore so.
We're gonna take him -- this is definitely very.
The stuff really sticks -- job while.
John Bryson he -- -- well he resigned after two felony hit and run accidents and is now undergoing.
Some medical treatment.
Labour secretary -- -- least.
She might as well be in the witness protection program she just does not surfaced very often.
And if there were 23 million people.
Unemployed underemployed or given up on being employed you probably would neither your title was labour secretary.
Maybe she can do better -- a second term.
-- that's -- guaranteed as well we'll find out more about -- of the debate forward.
And health and human services secretary Kathleen Sebelius folks would prefer she was -- the witness protection program because of of course Obama care.
And the Department of Transportation Ray -- what we're told he's a Republican of some sort we're still investigating.
And up here and kept.
Not Arnie Duncan is Obama is well the -- the best thing I can do for -- -- he's the basketball buddy of President Obama.
They played together in Chicago.
And the Department of Energy run by Steven Chu thinks Solyndra debacle.
And oh yes.
Unbelievably he's going to be -- her remembered.
Because of the Solyndra debacle.
Than for winning the Nobel prize in physics.
Politics that is -- that is -- And Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano.
One of my very favorites.
Did we forget or did we remember to forget.
Just who she is and what she does.
Is it's probably better that we don't even get into it.
She is she's making a bit of a mess that.
But don't worry about it it's just the home -- And department of housing and urban -- -- but Shaun Donovan.
And that's -- we've -- -- say about it.
Department of Veterans Affairs -- -- -- The fact we don't know what he looks like is -- you know where it's like in you probably don't -- as a reason for.
And I think it's one of the best reasons not to know some of these spokesman space.
He's working that hard for a veteran that's a good thing agree thing and thank you mr.
Fifteen cabinet secretaries and President Obama has met -- all of them.
-- In the past nine months.
The last time I was in July so that's that's doing pretty far.
And President Obama -- harder work he's playing golf he's attending fundraisers and of course -- -- campaigns are -- into all over again.
In the next four years.
In having weekly meetings with people like average here and David -- political advisors who aren't afraid to talk about any thing.
And are protected by executive privilege of sort of inspire what you think in of course what can you expect from a man.
Who never man ever watts managed anything in his life.
Until he was elected to the biggest management position in the world.
Think about impressive right only in America by the way one -- not here we're calling -- HA PH.
And of course our vice president.
And we call and not just to sort of keep.
Is well his moments of levity.
Are in focus we -- it -- as in.
Is familiar with Joseph but.
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