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Obama Schedule || Monday, June 4, 2012

9:45 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
3:25 pm || Departs White House
4:35 pm|| Arrives New York City
5:20 pm || Speaks at a fundraiser, private residence
8:25 pm|| Speaks at a fundraiser; Waldorf Astoria
9:35 pm|| Speaks at a fundraiser; New Amsterdam Theater
11:20 pm || Departs New York City
12:30 am || Arrives White House

All times Eastern
Livestream of Carney briefing at 12:30 pm

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32 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, June 4, 2012

  1. Seems he wants to be a Kardashian girl more then POTUS…..and I apologize to Kloe Kardashian for that remark.

    For keith…a question for Jay tomorrow at the Presser:

    The President said in 2007 that he would put on comfortable shoes and walk a picket line as President of The United States….

    Why has he not done that in Wisconsin? Was it all a lie?

  2. I’m beginning to think his daily briefings are actually the numbers from his fundraisers. I don’t think they actually have anything to do with running the country.

    If you boil his real schedule down, 15 minutes for a briefing, and 4 hours of fundraising. Everything else is travel. This isn’t even funny anymore, a CEO of any company would have been let go by now for incompetence.

  3. I’m beginning to think his daily briefings are actually the numbers from his fundraisers. I don’t think they actually have anything to do with running the country.

    If you boil his real schedule down, 15 minutes for a briefing, and 4 hours of fundraising. Everything else is travel. This isn’t even funny anymore, a CEO of any company would have been let go by now for incompetence.

  4. HaHaHaHa, the peasant’s must envy the Anointed One for his life of pleasure at their expense. Fun raising, travel and all expenses paid by the peasant.

  5. This Guy evidently is a professional fund raising hustler. Frankly the slimy circle of Obama advisors are the most detestable lot, the lowllives that pull the strings and write the propaganda. A pox upon the whole collective gang of outlaws masquerading as “concerned public servants”

  6. I have to stop checking the ‘daily schedule’. The only thing that runs through my mind is the Tom Bodett commercial for Motel 6 – “We’ll keep the light on for you”! Congress should turn out the lights and put a ‘no vacancy’ sign on the front door of the WH! Vagrants not allowed!

    This is insane!

  7. The world is going to hell in a hand basket. The DJ is diving, the EURO is teetering, the Arab Spring is just what most of us thought it would be (a sand storm) dismal jobs reports, rising health costs, Krugman announces with a straight face, that a billion dollar loss from Solyndra is no big deal …do I really need to go when the Preezy is beezy fundraising and doing cross-country sprints.

  8. Since all the travel is for fundraising, is Obama paying for this trip? There isn’t a near-bankrupt factory visit or a high school commencement speech.

  9. I loved Shofar’s running the numbers on the o’s travel miles and costs month and year to date. Can we talk him into doing that on a regular basis? For instance, under the o’s daily schedule, the ka-ching of the cost…

    • sportinlife10,

      Keith has been a gracious host to me and my sometimes off beat comments, and has been generous enough to allow me to post the number of fundies and costs. I can try to do at least a weekly total on AF1 costs along with the monthly and YTD, I just need to get a bigger abacus or more fingers and toes.

    • If you look at Pres. Bush’s 2004 schedule, you will see that Obama probably has come close or exceeded Pres. Bush’s fundraising events for all of the 2004 summer just in June to date.

      The Bushes took just one what you would call a vacation for 7 days in August just before the big campaign push (in which he did conduct a meeting with his defense advisors right in the middle). His campaign schedule got really heavy in August through October. But he did manage to pay attention to the matters of state throughout that campaign season.

      Obama . . . not so much.

  10. I have4 not thought this through fully but it might be time to consider having the president serve just one 5 year term.

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