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Obama Schedule || Friday, October 31, 2014

10:15 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:10 am || Delivers remarks; Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island
12:50 pm || Departs Rhode Island
2:10 pm || Arrives Joint Base Andrews
5:15 pm || Welcomes local children and children of military families to trick-or-treat at the White House

All times Eastern

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16 Responses to Obama Schedule || Friday, October 31, 2014

  1. Keith, could you more properly post the President’s schedule as follows?

    10:15 am || “Ipad” receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
    11:10 am || Delivers remarks; Rhode Island College, Providence, Rhode Island
    12:50 pm || Departs Rhode Island
    2:10 pm || Arrives Joint Base Andrews
    5:10 pm || “Prepares for only work of the day: Trick-or-trick party”
    5:15 pm || Welcomes local children and children of military families to trick-or-treat at the White House

    All times Eastern

  2. We have a treat today. Tom Cotton is having a Rally near here and we are going.
    I have mentioned this before on this blog. The state paper, The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette endorsed him Sunday with a great piece that states his potential for greatness…even mentioned Abraham Lincoln.
    They also stated that Mark Pryor is “mediocre” at best and his main accomplishment is being David Pryor’s son.
    Mark has been a rubber stamp for Obama.

    On the same line, Mary Landrieu really stepped in it yesterday, didn’t she, with her interview with Chuck Todd?

    • I am so embarrassed by her backward comments, which included insulting the woman of Louisiana. She said: Not always a good place for women, to present themselves. She is really digging very, very low.

          • I can tell you without talking to them…highly offended.
            It really is offensive to automatically be considered racist if you are a Southerner.
            I lived nine years in suburban Chicago, twelve in New England (my sons grew up there) and three in upstate New York. I saw more racism there than I have ever seen in the South. I grew up and graduated from college in Arkansas and did my master’s degree at Auburn. I never felt that people disliked blacks.
            In the North they are just more subtle about it and attempt to hide it. Their racism is not dislike so much as fear.
            It is time for blacks to realize that the Democrats are using them and have been since the days of LBJ.

    • Wish I could get down there to see Cotton, the miles aren’t that far from but the time just won’t allow. Unfortunately most of the ADG is behind a paywall and my budget is depleted with the numerous ones already required by the majors I need to follow. I do however get to read Greenberg regularly as the JGlobe carries him. Sure glad to see AR rallying around Cotton, Pryor is just like Landrieu, Grimes, Nunn and the rest, using a family name to collect a taxpayer salary.
      If the Repubs don’t take back the Senate this year I truly do fear for the future of America. Another two years of Harry Reid covering for Obama and allowing no meaningful legislation up for votes while O passes executive action after executive action will present a Constitutional crisis that I just don’t know if we’ll get through.

      • We live in the Ozarks now (retired) but we grew up in Camden and went to high school with David Pryor. They were a wonderful family to have in the community. I adored David. He was gifted in his way with people. I was younger than he was but when he talked to me I felt like I was the only one in the room. My parents, as life long Democrats always voted for him. My dad in his profession also worked with David when he was a state rep, a congressman and governor. Daddy had so much respect for him. My admiration for him shrunk when he became so involved with the Clintons We did not live in Arkansas while Clinton was governor but we have really had really heard some “tales” since returning here.
        Mark Pryor is not at all like David. I agree with Paul Greenberg, whom I also read at every opportunity, a brilliant and insightful man, that Mark is mediocre and this being David’s son is his main achievement.
        For a long time I sent Mark e-mails expressing my thoughts on Obama and Harry Reid. His responses were “canned” and unclear in meaning…double-talk. I gave up trying to communicate with him.
        Tom Cotton is not our Congressman (would be if we lived in Camden still) but he sends me newsletters. I think his potential is unlimited.
        I hope his wife and parents are with him today and I am so excited to meet him.