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Obama Schedule || Week of February 6, 2011

From the White House:

On Sunday, President Obama and Mrs. Obama host a Superbowl party.

On Monday, the President will deliver remarks to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Later, the President will have lunch with Paul Volcker at the White House.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

On Thursday, the President will travel to Marquette, Michigan, where local businesses have been able to grow as a result of broadband access, with particular benefit in exporting goods to new markets around the world.   In his State of the Union Address, the President called for a National Wireless Initiative to help business extend the next generation of wireless coverage to 98 percent of the population.

On Friday, the President will attend meetings at the White House.

8 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Week of February 6, 2011”

  1. On Saturday, the President and the First Lady will host a reception for Muomar Al-Jin-Hussein of the Muslim Brotherhood, Nassir Bin-Mazaf of the Arab League and Dr. Fuomar Mussilaq of Hezbollah-Lebanon. Traditional Arab treats will be served with sweet tea, Syrian cusp biscuits, Pakistani shumar rolls and unleaven bread with hummus. The President will then strip down and don the traditional Muslim garb the ‘djellabah’ (pronounced “She-LA-bah”) and lay prostrate toward Mecca with all attendees. Afterwards everyone will smoke the traditional Islamic herb ‘hashish’ (pronounced “Ha-SHE-sh”); the hash bowl will be passed in counter-clockwise order in the traditional Islamic manner in which modernity is condemned and 5th century savagery applauded. The President will then give the traditional Arab habituation: Al’lah Akbar, A’lah, Peace be upon Him.

    All times Eastern.

      1. I could never get past Bill Clinton’s comment about his attempt to smoke MJ. It’s the ultimate WUSSIFICATION of a man: the inability to speak clearly and honestly to the American people about our own, personal fallacies. The right deigns a facial expression of super, uber-morality while the left clothes itself in heroin addiction and civil rights.

  2. For reals? Marquette is only 80 miles from me and there’s no BBQ. My cellphone doesn’t work in most places when I drive up there. I can leave here on a bright sunny day, and end up white-out conditions up there, not sure if I’m on a road or Lake Superior. I guess broadband is a local exporting phenom. So, my question is–what about the rural folks? We HAVE to drive everywhere, (no bikes when you have to go 20 miles to work, especially in the winter, which lasts 6 months up here)? Any hope of affording gas to get to our jobs?

  3. Whoever is writing the Prez’s speeches must be living a secluded life: every cell phone in the US is a “wireless device” and most have internet capabilities that can be accessed. Almost every business, large and small, uses the internet to sell or promote their service or product.

    The political junkets to northern cities and towns are a waste of time and impress no one.

  4. If you notice Obama travels somewhere away from the White House once a week. I think he has trouble handling the duties of the office and needs to be center stage making one of his campaign speeches. That is his fix.

    1. I always say he could use stock footage–the rolled-sleeve white shirt, the baleful stare, the pointy finger, the audience being praised now but may be laid off in a few days.

    2. Somebody here … I beleive it was Star or Anonna …. said that Obama is always in campaign mode. I agree with that statement. I think it was Star who stated later that the SOTU address was a campaign speech; agree to that as well. In 2013, after the tea leaves have been drunk, the Obama Presidency could be said to have been one, long 4-year campaign.

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