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Obama Schedule || Sunday, September 9, 2012

10:55 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Charles & Ruth Clemente Center, Melbourne, Florida
4:25 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; West Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, Florida
5:55 pm || Departs West Palm Beach, Florida
8:15 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

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23 Responses to Obama Schedule || Sunday, September 9, 2012

    • I think it’s DWS territory as well. Could be wrong but if so will be interesting what role if any she plays. Also good article by J. Rubin WAPO Whistling past the graveyard.

  1. I’ve been a good citizen. I watched both conventions, read up on the comings and goings of the candidates, weighed what they said, and voiced my opinions.
    Today, I’m not going to listen to any one about anything political. I’m going to read the Sunday paper, watch some football, and eat everything my Doctor says I shouldn’t.
    Tomorrow, we start again.

    • I like your plan, srdem. I’m off to do a little gardening since the temperature is a balmy 85 degrees, rather than the 100+ it has been for the past few weeks. Sometimes it is good to stop and smell the roses and enjoy the little pleasures life has to offer. Enjoy your respite.

      • This is my last Arizona Republic–today’s…they went paywall. First time in my life I won’t have a delivered paper–in more than 50 yrs of paper reading. I may be able to get a rate on the WSJ–but can’t afford that for a while. I will see what blogs and google alerts and limited peeks at papers online will give me. Kind of an experiment.

        • I haven’t had a paper subscription for years, as the local paper is a lefty rag. I get all my news from the internet, and from the local news stations sites. It’s saved me a ton of money, and kept my blood pressure down just a little.

        • One day a week I take a break from news nothing no local or web.
          Things are so bad this time(yes I say that every 4 yrs) I can’t do it
          all day everyday any longer just too old and it’s not good for my
          heart:(. If I go it’s not going to be over politics!

          • Funny to see this conversation here today, because I had a similar one with my mother. She is very much into politics also and follows it all day every day, as do my husband and I. We talk several times a day about the latest news we read, hear on talk radio, or on Fox. So, last night after reading Keith’s post about Carney’s comments regarding Americans not really paying attention to unemployment, as my head almost exploded, I went offline and took a break from news almost all day today. She did also, except we both did watch Romney on Meet the Press. I haven’t watched that show since Tim Russert died, but I wanted to see the Romney interview. Other than that, it was a very nice break from it all today.

            I think we are all feeling so burned out after the last couple of weeks of conventions, let alone the last four years of feeling as if we need to mainain a steady vigilance over what Obummer and his cronies are doing to our country, I don’t know about all of you, but I’m just flipping exhausted. I hope and pray that Romney wins in November, so I can breathe a sigh of relief for just a bit.

          • Funny to see this conversation here today, because I had a similar one with my mother. She is very much into politics also and follows it all day every day, as do my husband and I. We talk several times a day about the latest news we read, hear on talk radio, or on Fox. So, last night after reading Keith’s post about Carney’s comments regarding Americans not really paying attention to unemployment, as my head almost exploded, I went offline and took a break from news almost all day today. She did also, except we both did watch Romney on Meet the Press. I haven’t watched that show since Tim Russert died, but I wanted to see the Romney interview. Other than that, it was a very nice break from it all today.

            I think we are all feeling so burned out after the last couple of weeks of conventions, let alone the last four years of feeling as if we need to maintain a steady vigilance over what Obummer and his cronies are doing to our country, I don’t know about all of you, but I’m just flipping exhausted. I hope and pray that Romney wins in November, so I can breathe a sigh of relief for just a bit.

        • A lot of the online newspapers have no subscription needed, like the WaPo and the Chicago Tribune. You have to register to get full access, but you can opt out of all the email stuff they want to send you. I read papers from all over the world, accessing the entire paper, without a single subscription.

  2. I’m beginning to think that Obama deliberately had a lackluster speech so that Clinton’s would stand out in the hopes that voters would overlook the present and imagine that we are still in the nineties. However, that can’t last very long.

  3. Umm, who’s been minding the national ‘farm’ and doing our country’s ‘chores’ while Obama’s been fidutzing (sp?) around the campaign trail all these months?

    • It’s really simple, Gobnait. The Marxist-in-Chief only works for his special interest groups – the rest of us are on our own. Rumors are that he has developed a ‘workplace injury’ (carpal tunnel syndrome) from signing so many checks – $5 Trillion dollars worth to be exact. Heard he is planning on filing for permament disability. Buying votes is such hard work!

      • I say approve THAT claim! Of course, total disablity means Obama can’t “work”, so he needs to go back to Chi – wait, that’s racist – Hawaii, rest, recuperate, and not even THINK about going to work at the White House!

        Wait, what? WHO’D be in charge!?!!? er, um, maaybe we need to drag the claims process out until November…

        (That’s why he picked Biteme for veep. It automatically ensures that there will NEVER be a serious attempt to remove him by impeachment, and a STRONG incentive for the Secret Service to stand maximum guard at all times.)