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Obama Schedule || Thursday, October 8, 2015

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
8:00 pm || Delivers remarks at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s (CHCI) 38th Anniversary Awards Gala; Washigton

All times Eastern
Live stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm

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13 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, October 8, 2015

    • And FLOTUS too.

      She’ll be christening a ship in Groton, CT. this weekend, wondering if it means another NYC weekend ? BO’s on the west coast, can they ever coordinate their mini-vacays on the same coast at least ?

      I just wish they start seriously househunting for the post-presidency. I’d feel better knowing that they’re really leaving.

      • Oh god… what ship?
        My US Navy is SOOO PATHETIC nowadays… no leadership, uselsss ships with offensive names… dont get me started…

      • They will never spend another day under the same roof after they leave D.C. They barely live together now.
        It’s going to be a game of ‘musical houses’ designed to confuse the pundits.

  1. Re: the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, here’s an interesting article, which asks some good questions:

    “Black Caucus? Is there a White Caucus?”

    There is no Congressional White Caucus. Nor is there a White Chamber of Commerce or a National Association for the Advancement of White People. Why not, you might ask? Because those would be considered “racist” organizations, would they not? If white people, rather than Hispanics, created a national organization or non-profit called “The Race,” would everyone be okay with that? Yet Hispanics have done it and mum’s the word on acismray (pssst: I believe that is Piglatin for “racism” ;-).”

    http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/cobb/101120

    • I give up with that. I thought at least with in my life time, these people would be confident, proud enough to go about their lives with out a crutch.