Remember Blake Levine, the teen who doggedly chased down the President for an autograph, only to be swatted away by Secret Service agents? To make up for the incident, the White House invited Levine to watch personally the President give his weekly radio address to the nation on Saturday morning. But since that invite was made, the New York Post reports, it's been discovered that the 15-year-old actually runs a profitable business selling signed color photographs of famous people. Clinton's scribble on his pic goes for about $450, while George Bush's fetches $250. Though Levine will still visit the Oval Office this weekend, he will not leave with anything signed by the President.To post your view, click Time Message Boards, open Washington folder, select "Press Coverage -- Clinton".