10:45 am || Departs White House 1:25 pm || Arrives Miami 1:45 pm || Tours the Industrial Assessment Center 2:25 pm || Delivers remarks at the University of Miami 4:20 pm || Speaks at a fundraiser; Biltmore Hotel, Coral Gables, Fla. 7:00 pm || Departs Miami 8:15 pm || Arrives Orlando 8:55 pm || Speaks at a fundraiser 10:30 pm || Departs Orlando 12:25 am
I will live stream the debate here if it is available. Otherwise I will leave this post up so that everyone can comment as the debate moves along. UPDATE: Sorry I was not able to live stream. It’s been a good debate, I hope you’ll share what you think.
If anyone thinks the White House is not aware of the political damage done by Michelle’s vacations, take a look at how she spent this last one. Not a peep out of the first lady and her daughters the whole time they were at Aspen. No restaurants, no appearances, no sightseeing – nothing. Instapundit quotes a reader out of Aspen who says “The Obamas are
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Tuesday night’s White House celebration of the blues, during which Obama sang and he, his wife and guests boogied to the sound of some of America’s greatest musical legends, is just the latest in a series of command performances and swinging parties the Obamas have thrown over the past year. Just three months ago, on Nov. 11, the Obamas summoned a group of country music
Having just finished crooning Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together,” Obama was at it again last night at a White House celebration of the blues, trading turns with BB King singing “Sweet Home, Chicago.” I assume this was not quite as spontaneous as it looks. And I assume we’ll be seeing a lot more of the singing Obama as the campaign progresses