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Obama Schedule || April 1, 2011

12:00 pm || Tours Landover, Md. UPS facility 12:20 pm || Delivers remarks at Landover, Md. UPS facility 2:35 pm || Meets with Sudan Special Envoy Ambassador Princeton Lyman All Times Eastern Live Stream of Carney briefing at 1:00 pm

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Carney: We Could Get Qaddafi, but We Won’t

I think I’m in the Twilight Zone. Really, I saw Rod Serling. He was handing out cookies. The White House spokesman today said effectively that we have the capacity to end the Libyan war, but we’re just not going to that. Because of our dedication to multilateral action, the United Nations and the brotherhood of man, we’d rather have the conflict drag on and people

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Obama Adviser Suggested an Invasion of Israel

The lengths to which Obama foreign policy adviser Samantha Power will go to enforce her “Responsibility to Protect” doctrine are further than you might imagine. Power is the National Security Council aide who, as you’ve probably read, played a key role in getting President Obama to attack Qaddafi to prevent a potential bloodbath in Libya. A longtime adviser, she is in many ways the architect

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Obama Morning News || March 31, 2011

The debate is on among Obama advisers over how many troops to remove from Afghanistan in July 2011, with the military saying few and civilians saying a lot. Vice President Biden said budget negotiators had agreed to a $33 billion cut, far short of the $61 billion House Republicans endorsed in February. Two top Obama aides pressed the Chamber of Commerce to back their agenda.

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Quote of the Day

“What a week! Not only did we take back Ras Lanuf, but I had Kentucky and Butler in the Final Four!” – Muammar Qaddafi A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

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