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Obama Schedule || Thursday, March 31, 2011

3:00 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Clinton

All Times Eastern

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9 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, March 31, 2011

  1. Does this guy ever work??? What the heck is filling his day besides that one 3pm appt w/ HRC? Is he too busy playing hoops or planning his next party or vacay? Or does he sleep till noon and waltz into the oval office in early afternoon? I know unemployed people who are busier than him.

  2. Obama Schedule || Thursday, March 31, 2011
    by Keith Koffler on March 30, 2011, 9:51 pm

    3:00 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Clinton
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    The Reagan diaries listed all his days by the minute. OBAMA’S such a disgrace…..
    So much for transparency, the whole day blacked out except for Hillary. Reagan is flipping in his grave. Can America take much more of this 60s radical destroying America behind our backs. The Socialist are in the open, and they seem not to care. THIS IS THE PEOPLES GOVERNMENT and TRANSPARENCY is part of the job. OBAMA hides what he don’t want Americans to see, apparently now, its requires full days to do it. I doubt that the Democrats are embarrassed yet, their complicit. They never heard us last November. Finish the job in 2012, OBAMA gets another term, you haven’t seen anything yet!!!

    • Rob, You are so right about Ronald Reagan’s diary. I’m still reading the book edited by Douglas Brinkley and it is amazing. I come away feeling like I knew President Reagan personally. His 30 March, 1981 diary entry about the assassination attempt, written on Saturday, April 11th, is an amazing account of the event and his emotions. The last sentence tells it all. “Whatever happens now I owe my life to God and will try to serve him in every way I can.”

      I don’t believe Obama keeps a dairy. If he does, we won’t ever be allowed to read it.