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Obama Schedule || Friday, November 9, 2012

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:30 am || Meets with Secretary of State Clinton
1:05 pm || Delivers a statement about the deficit; East Room

All times Eastern
Live stream of Carney briefing at 2:00 pm

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20 Responses to Obama Schedule || Friday, November 9, 2012

  1. ask Jay about that drone n Iran.. I think I mentioned Iran here yest and was told i was wrong no welll… of course more stuff hidden from the election team

    • He’s already getting lots of criticism!

      “The trip from Nov. 17 to 20 will be a quick one, squeezed in just before Thanksgiving, as Mr. Obama focuses most of his energy on confronting tax and spending issues that must be addressed by the end of the year and rebuilding his team for the next four years. The White House said that while in the region, the president would discuss “a broad range of issues,” including economics, security and human rights.

      The most symbolically potent part of the trip will be the stop in Yangon, where Mr. Obama will meet with the two driving forces behind Myanmar’s dramatic emergence from decades of military dictatorship, President Thein Sein, who came to power last year, and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning opposition leader freed from house arrest and allowed to run for and win a seat in Parliament.

      Mr. Obama met with Ms. Aung San Suu Kyi when she visited Washington in September, and he has eased sanctions to encourage the evolution in Myanmar. But critics said he was going too far by rewarding Yangon with a visit of his own without extracting additional concrete progress like freedom for hundreds of political prisoners still held there.

      “This is an incredibly delicate process that’s still at a very early stage,” said Tom Malinowski, the Washington director of Human Rights Watch. “It would have been better, I think, to reserve some leverage before the incredibly difficult decisions that the government has yet to make.” He added, “It would not be a good thing if the president leaves Burma and there are still political prisoners there.”

      • After a grueling and long campaign, flying here and there, can’t he stay put in the WhiteHouse and deal with our problems first before flying off to Yangon, wherever that is located?
        He really loves that airplane.

      • We’ll probably see more photos of him bowing to his muslim brothers again………..gag. And we’ll have to endure mooch’s sleeveless dress photos.

  2. Delivers a statement about the deficit; East Room

    Will this be the teleprompter reading where he promises the American people that he will cut the deficit in half over the next four years?

    • Yep, angry neocons further marginalizing themselves out on the end of their weakening little limb, hating on the First Lady’s physical appearance, not understanding the need for talking to anyone outside our borders (btw, I didn’t realize Boehner needed Obama to sit next to him for a handholding session every moment), and not mentioning that the President has been reaching across the aisle while Boehner and McConnell’s staffs say they’re asleep and can’t take phone calls. C’mon guys- come to the middle or get the hell out of the way.

      • “talking to anyone outside our borders.” Hmmmmm……would be nice if he would talk to, address those within our borders; say in New Jersey/New York. Maybe find out why the whimpy FEMA workers tucked tail and ran due to bad weather while thousands struggle to find food and warmth. Naw……go to Yangon, our people can wait.