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Obama Schedule || July 26, 2011

3:15 pm || Meets with Defense Secretary Panetta

All times Eastern
Live stream of Carney briefing at 12:30 pm

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16 Responses to Obama Schedule || July 26, 2011

  1. And we’re talking about this guy getting grey hair from the pressure of his position? Paaaaallllllleeeeeeeeeeezzzzzzzzzzz!

  2. Keith,

    This is kind of a technical question about the site. For some reason, I can always load new content when I browse in IE, but when I use Firefox (which I prefer) it will sometimes only load content that’s a few days old. If I close Firefox and restart, the problem goes away. Is your site optimized for IE or some other browser? Has anyone else voiced problems like this?

    • “IBD: President Obama has promised to streamline and eliminate regulations. What’s your take?

      Marcus: His speeches are wonderful. His output is absolutely, incredibly bad. As he speaks about cutting out regulations, they are now producing thousands of pages of new ones. With just ObamaCare by itself, you have a 2,000 page bill that’s probably going to end up being 150,000 pages of regulations.”

      His regulatory czar, Cass Sunstein, is infecting the system with volumes of regulations that are in the process of being set in concrete. Each day that goes by it gets more and more difficult to repeal Obamacare because of all the regulations being imposed…

  3. Just reading the schedule exhausted me!!!!!!

    Was wondering, since I never followed President’s schedules prior to Obama, did they all have such lite daily schedules? Are there meetings that don’t make it on the official list? Or is it just Obama?

  4. I see these schedules and think you know, he probably has time to study the so-called entitlements with his gigantic brain and work out some fixes, or revisit the borrowing limit every so often and reevaluate and regroup…Or do budgets…work! That’s what they used to call it.