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Obama Schedule || Thursday, September 22, 2011

10:00 am || Receives presidential daily briefing
10:30 am || Meets with senior advisers
12:30 pm || Departs White House
2:05 pm || Arrives Cincinnati
2:30 pm || Delivers remarks on American Jobs Act
3:05 pm || Departs Cincinnati
5:25 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

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34 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, September 22, 2011

  1. Wow….another campaign trip so soon after ” date night” in NYC ? Butt of course he isnt getting started till 10 am. I am almost, kinda, sorta impressed, considering his normal schedule. Bet the speech tomorrow is a real bore….hope TOTUS is up to the job.

  2. Amazing. He’s going to take the big plane and be gone for five full hours in the middle of the day only to deliver less than a half hour (probably more like 15 minutes since he’ll be on the ground a total of just 65 minutes) of “remarks” on the Jobs Act in Cincinnatti, then fly back to Washington. Not exactly an efficient use of time by the guy who is supposed to he the most powerful man in the world. I wonder how much this little jaunt will cost the US taxpayers?

    Wouldn’t it be cool if he would use the time to sit down, roll up his sleeves, and actually get some WORK done? No freaking wonder we’re in such bad shape…

    • He’d better get off his high horse about energy-efficient light bulbs when he’s flying that plane for an hour-long speech. There’s no excuse for this. For some reason this makes me angrier than just about anything he’s done – it’s a blatant misuse of his time and resources.

    • CindyLou, that’s a big question that would take some time. I appreciate your asking, but if you don’t mind I’d rather not answer and here’s why. I try to just stick here to analyzing Obama and holding him accountable for what he does. Once I start comparing him to others, I get into a whole other series of biases and arguments that takes away from the central mission of the blog. Sorry.

      I’d like to hear your opinion of him in relation to Bush and Clinton – the two others I’ve covered – if you’d like to share it.

      • I understand you not answering that.

        There is no way I can compare them, I am absolutely not expert, all I know is I was doing well with Clinton, so so with Bush and not so good with Obama (I have a job with no benefits and I am scared what will happen if I lose it)

        I know Clinton screwed us up with China, Bush in the Middle East and Obama in every way possible.

        Like I said I am not qualified to answer that in any sort of way except what I just said

        If you can answer one more question I would like to know-how crucial do you think the next election is?

        If you can’t answer I sure do understand

        and Thanks for this site-nothing like it

    • Yep, the one that they have already planned to fix in a couple of years. Not only is this a waste of our tax dollars, but a total waste of time. He’s trying to embarrass the Speaker and Sen McConnell. It should backfire.

  3. Wow, a 7 hour work day with nearly three of them being used for commuting to and from an hour long campaign stop. That man needs a break from being so laser-focused on so much all at once.

    • Who, in the entire world, has a bigger “carbon footprint” yet we are to believe he is all about calming the seas and healing the planet? What a crock of sh#t !!

  4. […] Still waiting: Obama Schedule || Thursday, September 22, 2011 by KEITH KOFFLER on SEPTEMBER 21, 2011, 8:54 PM 10:00 am || Receives presidential daily briefing 10:30 am || Meets with senior advisers 12:30 pm || Departs White House 2:05 pm || Arrives Cincinnati 2:30 pm || Delivers remarks on American Jobs Act 3:05 pm || Departs Cincinnati 5:25 pm || Arrives White House […]

  5. This needs to stop. This guy is bopping to Cincinnati and back on a campaign trip at our expense. I’d love to have a dollar figure on each trip that costs us as much as a dime. I’d love to see a rolling total updated as needed. Where can we get necessary figures to calculate? About the only thing President Zero can make go up is his spending number.

  6. It seems to me like he is worried about losing Ohio in 2012, and if that is true its for good reason. Of all the promises he made Ohio in the 2008 campaign, he hasn’t spoken of any of them since. If he doesn’t address any of those issues today that will help the 16 % unemployment rate in southern ohio then he can most likely kiss ohio goodbye.