11:25 am || Interviewed by KOAT Albuquerque, KDKA Pittsburgh and WVEC Hampton Roads on education reform and potential changes No Child Left Behind; Map Room
12:30 pm || Lunch with Biden
1:45 pm || Meets with student finalists of the Intel Science Talent Search 2011 competition
4:30 pm || Meets with Defense Secretary Gates
5:30 pm || Meets with the combatant commanders; Cabinet Room
7:00 pm || With the first lady, hosts a dinner for the combatant commanders; Blue Room
All times Eastern
Live stream of Carney briefing at 1:30
5 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Tuesday March 15, 2011”
From Fox New Special Report:
Media Research Center President Brent Bozell says — quote — “If George Bush reacted this way during an international catastrophe — wholly irrelevant radio addresses — golf outings for the 61st time… the left-wing media would require medically-induced sedation to keep them in check.”
lol, I just saw my latest avatar.
The most telling part of the Saturday radio address really boils down to ‘how long’ and with ‘how much effort’ would been involved to RERECORD the address and insert the tragedy in Japan into the script?
Not much. But…Barry had a tee-time.
Apparently MrO is running his re-election campaign on education issues.
He’s starting to sound like he’s a candidate for the local school board.
Memo to the WhiteHouse:
Americans are not concerned about their children’s education; after all they are being taught by concerned and dedicated teachers.
Americans are worried about being irradicated by the tragedy in Japan, using food stamps to feed their families, dreading a call from the military Chaplin, where they’re going to live when after their home is foreclosed and how our country will survive in the future if we don’t contain our Federal debt.
We’re worried about the political fires in the MiddleEast and hope that someone will tamp down the flames before it spreads and consumes our allies.
Concern about childhood bullies, education and green energy are subjects for times of peace and prosperity.
Yup. Right again, SRDem.
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