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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, December 14, 2011

9:30 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:05 am || Departs White House
11:25 am || Arrives Fort Bragg, NC
11:55 am || Delivers remarks to the troops
12:50 pm || Departs Fort Bragg
2:05 pm || Arrives White House
5:00 pm || Attends fundraiser; Washington, DC

All times Eastern

24 Responses to Obama Schedule || Wednesday, December 14, 2011

  1. Wow. The Commander-in-chief can spend a whole hour and 25 minutes with the troops before leaving to return for a nap and the fundraiser. It would be nice if he could, like, spend a day or something along those lines to show some appreciation. Of course, once the photo op is over, there isn’t a real need to stick around….


    • Good catch Janice. He is such a narcissist. Notice how he qualifies his success to his first two years in office? Big deal, who couldn’t claim legislative success with the super majority he had in Congress his first two years in office. As far as foreign policy, he’s nothing more than an appeaser who has damaged our relationship with our allies and aided the rise of Islam in the Middle East.

  2. It’s funny, because by listing arrivals and departings it makes it looks like he is even busier.

    Basically his day is –
    Briefing at 9:30
    Talk at troops at Noon
    Fundraiser at 5

  3. It would have been really cool if MrO would have gone to Bragg early, eaten chow with the troops, did a little PT, quick shower, change, then presented his remarks.
    Not a fan, but I am just saying…

    • Bragg is home of ‘Special Forces’.
      I would LMAO!!! watching that sissy Obama TRY to PT with a few SF studs :-)

      I understand Barack Hussein Obama CAN NOT pass a basic background check to join the Military (re: birth cert., college records, work history)… But I also wonder if skinny Obama could pass a basic Army PT test?

  4. Going to Bragg? Why?
    To tell them that he promised to get them out of that unjust war thing in Iraq?
    I’m sure he will not once tell them that they “won” or that the surge was successful. Will he tell them he was totally against the war in the first place and didn’t want to fund them?
    Nope, this is all a political stunt that very few are buying. Lets just be sure about some recent sightings. Mooch at NASCAR, bus trips to rural America where they cling to their guns & bibles, the fam went to church, he was seen eating regular guy chow like bbq. Yep, it is all out campain mode for political survival.

  5. My son in law was stationed at Bragg ( we were there last year for Christmas ) and O is not a popular man with the troops . Will the press be allowed never knows, does one ?
    While I am sure they will be polite, I would not expect wild excitement from the ranks….

    • My son, who is stationed at Fort Bragg, has also said that “the president” is none too popular with the troops. It will be interesting to hear his take on this little visit and speech.

  6. I hear that he is to be accompanied by Moochelle and the President of Iraq…that seems insulting to me.
    The troops will be ordered to be polite.
    Would give anything in this world to know their true thoughts.

  7. Oh dear, I guess my son is going to get stuck listening to this guy around noon. Anybody want to place bets that “the president” runs late as usual?

    • Your son should volunteer for ‘latrine duty’ to get out of hearing Obama -LOL
      (at least the “crap” in the latrine dosent run late)