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Posted at 11:30 AM ET, 04/23/2012

Read this: Raul Fernandez splits from Obama; the one bad thing RGIII ever did; campy James Bond


Raul Fernandez (Kevin Clark/The Washington Post)
Raul Fernandez gave $30K to help elect Barack Obama in 2008 — but the part-owner of the Wizards and the Caps says he’ll vote for anybody but Obama this year because he feels like the Democrats are unfairly targeting the nation’s millionaires. “It’s one class of people driving another class of people against them,” he tells our colleagues in a front-page story about the Washington area’s so-called “1 percenters.” (Read earlier: Raul Fernandez takes over Fight Night.)

Robert Griffin III doesn’t drink, doesn’t smoke, doesn’t party. The only bad thing he’s ever done was skip the team’s mandatory breakfast in November 2008 — so he could vote, according to our colleague Rick Maese’s profile of the nice guy likely to inherit the thankless job of Redskins quarterback.


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“I’m so camp in this one, I’ve gone quite far.”

Daniel Craig on the next James Bond movie, evoking fears that “Skyfall” might have a Roger Moore vibe about it. Our colleague Karla Adam reports from the set.

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