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Obama Schedule || Friday, November 11, 2011

9:00 am || Host breakfast with the first lady with veterans; East Room
11:00 am || Participates in a wreath-laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery; first lady attends
11:15 am || Delivers remarks
3:25 pm PT || Arrives San Diego
4:15 pm PT || Attends the Carrier Classic on the deck of the USS Carl Vinson
5:30 pm PT || Interviewed by Jim Gray of Westwood One
6:00 pm PT || Interviewed by Andy Katz of ESPN
6:50 pm PT || Departs San Diego
10:30 pm HAST || Arrives Honolulu

All times Eastern except as noted

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20 Responses to Obama Schedule || Friday, November 11, 2011

  1. I see the pattern, do a patriotic blitz of events like no one has ever seen before (in this administration anyway)-military visits, Arlington and all that sort of stuff, then a yay team shout out to the sports fan crowd over ESPN

    (then fly off to Hawaii-shhh shhh- we covered all the bases-fist bump-

    “they” are such rubes they won’t even realize it was a ploy and will go back to cleaning their guns)

  2. Well, since he’s in a rally the troop kind of mode maybe he should pop over to OWS San Diego and give his peeps a shout out or at least an atta’ boy. And what’s with the ESPN interview?

  3. Apparently the San Diego Chargers were overwhelmed with the fact that the Sports Jinx was coming to town and played accordingly tonight against the Oakland Raiders. Pathetic.

  4. Lemme get this straight – 10 days of jetsetting, ending on Thanksgiving … right?

    but, I’m sure he’s saving money by not passing out White House coffee mugs or something.

  5. A respectful salute to the original Pilgrims and all who followed and fought to make America the land of the free and home of the brave.
    If not for these men and women of many generations, my grandparents would have perished in a faraway land at the hands of tyrannical dictators and not been the founders of a huge, extended family of patriots who love and fight for their country.

    Thank you.

  6. Well howeverwefeel about the Obama’s and their ilk and the military let me just add the following. There are enough American’s posting here and on many other sites who love appreciate and honor all those who serve and have served and given their lives for us we far outmatch those two. I even read a food blog nd the first item was to remember our military. This year I had a
    cross put in the UK for my Uncle who flew a B-17 made me feel good he fell
    in love with England during the war. They are very appreciative of the Yanks
    have some wonderful memorials. So let’s forget the Obama’s today they are a
    minor blip in history this day of thanks will go on long after we are gone for we are forever grateful. God Bless them all.

    • My ex, two Bronze Stars, used to visit the plinth with his great great uncle’s name at Gettysburg. He even took the kid’s class there once. There are plenty of people who keep these things in their heart–my friend Nick Krimont (Vietnam, 2 weeks), my father (doctor on a destroyer off Iwo). We don’t need this Couple to lead us on this.