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Obama Schedule || Thursday, April 2, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:40 am || Departs White House
1:55 pm || Arrives Louisville, Kentucky
2:40 pm || Tours and makes remarks on the economy at Indatus, a high-tech company in Louisville
4:10 pm || Departs Louisville for Utah

All times Eastern

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37 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, April 2, 2015

  1. Seriously, this is beyond ridiculous. mr Internet savvy prez can’t figure out how to stop wasting our money flying around in space. IRRITATING!!!

  2. From some site about his visit to Utah:

    Pres. Obama in town tomorrow and using our roadways to HAFB. Pull over, let motorcade pass when you see flashing lights.

    Seriously? Ga. What have we become? ALL HAIL THE KING. STEP ASIDE PEONS.

  3. Two notes:

    1. Who is Indatus and who owns them? Did a search, got nothing.

    2. If we are to be so tech savvy, why didn’t the Prez save a bundle and just do this visit remotely? Ever heard of video conference, Skype or uh, a conference call?

    Not so techy Mister President…way to waste our money, fuel, and atmosphere…

    H

  4. I think he should spend the day behind his desk. He sent Kerry overseas to beg for a dangerous deal, and he is going to travel to make a speech.

  5. National Autism Awareness Day…. Obama is not making any statement about it? I sometimes think he has Aspergers, lacking emotion or social q’s. Not kidding, serious comment.

    H

    • Interesting idea about Aspergers.

      Here is what I just read:

      1. A significant, ongoing impairment in social interactions with others, as demonstrated by at least two of the following symptoms:

      Significant difficulty in the use of multiple nonverbal behaviors such as the lack of eye contact, few facial expressions, awkward or clumsy body postures and gestures
      Failure to develop friendships with others
      Lack of spontaneous seeking to share enjoyment, interests, or achievements with other people (e.g., by a lack of showing, bringing, or pointing out objects of interest to other people)
      Failure to express appropriate and corresponding social or emotional reactions, such as when conversing or playing with others. For example, a child who shows little or no reaction, feelings or empathy to another child talking with them.

      2. Restricted and repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, and activities, as shown by at least one of the following symptoms:

      A significant and encompassing preoccupation or obsession with one or two restricted topics, that is abnormal either in intensity, subject or focus (such as baseball statistics or the weather)
      Seemingly inflexible adherence to specific routines or rituals that serve little purpose
      Repetitive motor mannerisms. For example, hand or finger flapping or twisting, or complex whole-body movements.
      A persistent preoccupation with parts of objects