The Obama Morning News || Thursday, June 9, 2011
Obama will have a narrower path to victory in 2012 than he did in 2008, according to the Washington Post. But the Obama campaign claims to POLITICO it is expanding the map of places it will compete.
An appeals court gave Obamacare what appeared to be a chilly reception. The White House is considering replacing Consumer Czar Elizabeth Warren with one of her aides.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is seriously mulling a run for president. Mitt Romney is leading in most polls, but voters remain wary of a Mormon candidate. Sarah Palin’s camp returned fire at Michele Bachmann’s in the escalating feud.
Obama is intensifying the covert war in Yemen. The Obama administration is concerned that Syria is trying to go nuclear.
The White House will respond to questions from Congress on Libya prompted by a resolution sponsored by House Speaker John Boehner.
And Obama’s frequent stops at unhealthy local eating places contradicts Michelle’s Let’s Move agenda and boosts the popularity of the quick food joints he visits.