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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Noon || Departs the White House
12:25 pm || Arrives Atlantic City
1:00 pm || Tours storm damage with Gov. Chris Christie
3:15 pm || Departs Atlantic City
4:25 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

15 Responses to Obama Schedule || Wednesday, October 31, 2012

    • Wow. Michelle. boy, this story has legs….

      How about Mitt and Jeep?

      Oh my. Even Chrysler had to come out and deny the claim… Their
      CEO made a public statement!

      Has Mitt lost his mind or ethical frame of reference?

      But, ole Mitt is going to double down… Even the GM CEO mentions Romney as trying to create an alternate universe…. OMGoodness!

      Mitt’s Dad must be rolling over in his… Wait, count to 10….

      • I am shocked the cutting edge story/ad hasn’t been considered for a Pulitzer yet. I think a call to the NYT or The View is in order asap. Exactly, how many people were murdered in the infamous Jeep story?

        Maybe Obama will double-down his bet on Benghazi in Atlantic City and remind us how “he’s got our back”. Hell..he’s probably got a youtube video explaining it all as “workplace violence”. Oh wait, he can’t make a youtube video – he’d have to arrest himself. Nevermind.

        • Sadie – as is par, fleeting attempt at zinger and pivot – side-stepping the question:

          REJeep: “Has Mitt lost his mind or ethical frame of reference?”

          Elaborated, many hold Mitt up as a stand-up guy – above or at least on the high end of ethical behavior. So, when something like Jeep hits the press, one of two outcomes is likely. 1) MSM have it all wrong or 2) Mitt has been caught with his ethical pants down around his ankles.

          So Sadie, which is it? If the later, claim to explain your position?

  1. One week left. Interesting to see when Barry will stop pretending that he cares and instead appears in those trivial talkshows that he favors. But maybe he will go on disturbing the disaster areas with his show and circus a little more. It must take a lot of resources to have the President visiting. Why not, for once, step aside and leave the stage to the mayors and governors ? Oh well, it´s Mr Megalomania again.

  2. I never want to see blowhard Christie run for president. I know that NJ comes before the rest of the nation to him but does he have to be such a suck-up?

    I can’t wait to see the Obama ads with Christie praising him. And there is his political correctness on muslim issues. Christie’s act gets tiresome quickly.

    • Yes, I reacted on that to. Why praise Obama like that this close to the election ? It´s almost like he is a…..traitor.
      There is a lot speculation over here about Sandy´s impact on the election. What are your thoughts on that ?

      • Christie showed his true colors at the Convention – the Keynote speech was all about him. Going back a couple of years, he was also the only Republican to attend the State dinner for the Chinese president HU…another suck-up. But his love letter to Obama on Piers Morgan last night was over the top, and it could very well be a factor on Tues.

        In the long run Christie’s 11th hour love affair with Obama will come back to haunt him when he makes his bid for the presidency in 2016. We ‘elephants’ have a long memory.

    • This mini thread speaks loudly to the collective myopia and filthy toxic anger from Susan, Girly1, Lizzy, et al. OMGoodness, harness the energy spewing out on Christy – you could solve our energy problem….

  3. The White House/OFA advance team already on the ground in New Jersey seeking out a number of props for Barack Hussein Obama who with his Brooks Brother Oxford shirt sleeves rolled up seeks to comfort a cross section of New Jerseyans. The Chicago team is ever keen to remind the props to use the words ‘..lean forward…’ when the omnipresent cameras with those glaring red eyes are in view.

  4. Christie needs millions from the feds to fix his state which means his lips must be firmly attached to Obama’s arse. I don’t see this as an endorsement, but very much political. It’s how you play with Obama.

    In the meantime, Bloomberg and Cuomo waved Obama off, they have too much work to do.