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Obama Schedule || Thursday, November 29, 2012

10:25 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:45 am || Meets with senior advisors
12:15 pm || Meets with the 2012 Nobel Prize winners
12:30 pm || Has lunch with Gov. Mitt Romney; Private Dining Room

All times Eastern
Live stream of Carney briefing at 12:45 pm

11 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Thursday, November 29, 2012”

  1. The Democrats vilified Mr. Romney and showed a complete lack of respect for the man. Now Barry’s making nice, inviting Mitt to lunch to pick his brain for a solution to the nation’s economic woes. Of course, any ideas provided by Mitt will be promptly stolen and touted as examples of Barry’s super-human intelligence.

      1. This shows how MR is a man who truly wants to help our troubled country. Only a kindhearted, humble & forgiving man would face this wicked one who bested him by spewing lies,lies & more lies about him. Not to say that Ovomit will listen to MR. For any move Ovomit makes is for political and photo-op reasons only!

        1. Totally agree with you, Gator. Maybe we’ll get lucky and Dear Leader will name Mitt a Czar a some kind who can help fix the economic situation. Of course this is work the real President should be doing but, at this point, I’ll take what I can get!

    1. Yeah, I seriously wish Romney would have told Barry where he could shove that invitation. You’re exactly right – he was vilified by Barry’s campaign. If Romney’s ideas were so bad, according to Barry, why would he want to listen to them now?

    2. I hope Romney keeps his lips zipped. But he already let out some great ideas during the election which the political class will now steal, for example, making the US the number one energy producer. They will bash Romney but steal his agenda. This past election was a tragedy.

  2. Any word as to whether or not Obama will be wearing his Gold Medal this afternoon? I’m surprised no one has asked him to return it World Peace has somehow eluded the Kenyan wunderkind. At the moment, he is focussed on how to worm his way out of Benghazi. Cover-ups are such nuisances.

    Lunch with Romney could be interesting since they both have something in common – the Olympics. Gov. Romney can regale him with tales of how he turned the bankrupt Olympic committee aroiund and saved the Games.
    Obama can share his story about Copenhagan and how he, Oprah, Michelle and Valerie tried to save Chicago and got knocked out in the first round. The ultimate irony of this luncheon is that one man is a super-achiever; the other one has been an abject failure all of his life. He just happens to be the greatest con artist on the planet. Sad.

  3. I heard on the radio that BO/the White House said the lunch wasn’t a job interview. That’s right. MR wouldn’t be bothered interviewing someone with BO’s [lack of] experience.

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