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Obama Today || Schedule – March 2, 2011

12:30 pm || Lunch with Biden
1:45 pm || Awards the 2010 National Medal of Arts and National Humanities Medals
4:40 pm || Meets with Secretary of State Clinton

All times Eastern
Live Stream of Carney briefing at 12:30 pm

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8 Responses to Obama Today || Schedule – March 2, 2011

  1. More honors for the entertainment group.
    Methinks that their financials and propensity to donate to Dem candidates rank high in the selection criteria.

  2. Why doesn’t the President hand the National Humanities awards to Joe Biden? While the world goes to hell, oil is tripling in price, were facing an energy setback (can you say hell-in-a-handbag?) the President is spending time on:

    * Bullying
    * Entertaining Hollywood elite


  3. I have been trolling the internt (POLITICO, Drudge, The Blaze, Daily Caller, Huffington Post, etc.) this morning while having my coffee and after reading Steve Forbes biting article on the coming energy crisis that is a top byline on Drudge today, I read a lot of the responses on all the sites about the Forbes article and the central theme I found is interesting:

    * Most people commenting state that Obama is simply NEGLECTING the country. Essentially what he has done, after being given custody of this child, is to refuse to give it food, water or provide for its future. The majority of comments I have read are quite interesting; people simply beleive Obama has said, screw it, I am going to milk this job for the ‘good times’ and leave the hard decisison (budget, foreign policy, etc.) for the big boys. He’s going to have fun before 2012 since he’s pretty much a one-term President. Why talk with Ken Salazar when you have future Hollywood donors lined up to get their “thank you for supporting me” gift?

    The question to ask is: Could our nation be *more harmed* by neglect or by bad policy?

    • Good question, Tom.
      There are many who are calling MrO “President Present” because of his unwillingness or fear of making the hard decisions or just hard work.