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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, February 13, 2013

9:35 am || Departs White House
11:10 am || Arrives Asheville, North Carolina
11:35 am || Tours Linamar North Carolina Factory
Noon || Delivers remarks at Linamar
1:25 pm || Departs White House
2:55 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

16 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Wednesday, February 13, 2013”

      1. Speaking of which, how much are Jim Messina and Stephanie Cutter getting paid, and what are their “official” titles three months after their jobs became obsolete. On the same topic, the White House now lists only one “Senior Adviser” to Obama — Valerie Jarrett. Why isn’t Dan Pfeiffer, who the New York Times reported was replacing Plouffe as “equal parts counselor, confidant, strategist and truth-teller” listed as a Senior Adviser? As for Plouffe, the recipient of numerous questionable $50,000 “speaking fees” while still senior adviser, how much does he now stand to make by taking advantage of his political contacts, something Obama is supposedly against?

  1. I saw your mistype at 1:25 (“Departs White House”) and had a flash of hope that he was resigning. I figure it’s supposed to say “Departs for the White House” though.

  2. This man doesn’t know what real work is. He only knows how to fly around and give speeches.

    He’s following the model of Hugo Chavez. Instead of working with elected officials (with whom he reportedly rarely meets) he takes his bs “to the people.”

    ga. The next four years- will we survive?

    1. I agree. Howeve, if he stays on this kind of schedule of flying to and fro visiting factories and wind farms or whatever, then he can’t do much harm from the Oval Office. We have heard sworn testimony that in times of danger or attacks he just tells his subordinates to do what they want, then goes to bed.

      It’s the unseen, unknown subordinates we should worry about.

      1. That’s why I’ve mentioned before that his extended vacations are no help. He doesn’t need to be in Washington to enact his progressive vision for America. He’s nothing but the (idiot) front man.

    2. remember too, he did state during last years campaigning that if reelected he would be doing allot more traveling in his 2nd term. So far he’s on target (and also waiting for the wx to get better so he can start golfing again over at Andrews).

      This also fits into his pledge – 57 Vacation Days Since Vowing He ‘Will Not Rest Until Anyone’ Can Find A GOOD Job”. Looking at his daily schedule we can all agree it’s been more than 57.

    1. NC is a right-to-work state so I doubt it. The company is Canadien. By the way, the unemployment rate for NC is 9%. I’m sure they’ll be happy to hear his BS on jobs….focused like a laser!

  3. Linamar is a Canadian-owned company. This NC plant was heavily subsidized by North Carolina taxpayers as well. Asheville put $2.2 million into the pot; Buncombe $6.8 million; and the state pitched in $9 million.

    Too bad there are pitiful few American manufacturers left for him to take credit for creating…

  4. President Sky King has undoubtedly spent more time joy-riding across America’s beautiful spacious skies and over her fruited plains than all of his predecessors combined. Ed Henry tweeted that he plans to spend the next six weeks travelling across America – taking his message to the middle class, starting tonight. With 11,269 Americans being added to the Food Stamp Program every day, AF1 is going to need a sophisticated GPS system to locate the dwindling numbers of America’s dying Middle Class.

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