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Obama Schedule || Thursday, April 26, 2012

10:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
4:30 pm || Meets with Vice President Biden

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

19 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, April 26, 2012

  1. Well, well….O was mighty tired, guess he spent the day in his man cave in his boxers with remote in his hand. Smokes. Aah…life is good. No wonder he wants 4 mo years;). He no more met with Biden than I. Please…..he has got to go. Maybe Kenya.

  2. Now, that looks like a really tough day, doesn’t it? I can’t wait until we get a President who actually takes the job seriously.

  3. I’m sure he feels justified with an empty schedule since he was “so busy” the last few days. Cripes. He’s like a crappy employee at our store – who thinks that staying a little late one day means he should leave HOURS early the next.

    This guy has NO clue what a hard day of work it.

  4. The only good news with Obama’s lack of events on his calendar, he won’t have enough accomplishments post-presidency to later build the Obama Library. The Obama Miniature Golf Course would be more suiting.

    Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall today when O meets Biden? What could they possibly talk about?

    • When barry has a schlitz malt liquor in one hand & a nasty cig burning
      in the other, he can smack about anything he wants.
      Which will be ALL about him…
      (poor lil fly on the wall)

  5. That crack WTF campaign team needs to add some filler in these slacker schedules because the optics are just sooooo bad. Surely they can embelish some activities that remotely resembles a working President ?

  6. Wow, just wow. They don’t even try to fill in the schedule with something to make it appear that Obama does something throughout the day. Maybe he will watch movies or play video games to fill his day. Or maybe he will sneak out for a hamburger lunch instead of the veggies MO makes him eat.

      • Here is what I have heard him say several times . . . defund the agency that controls Obamacare the first day he is in office . . . repeal regulations that have reduced or stopped energy exploration and production . . . reduction of useless agencies . . . you get the drift. His speeches usually cover the areas of which I am most interested.