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Obama Schedule || Monday, March 25, 2013

10:30 am || Recieves the Presidential Daily Briefing
11:30 am || Delivers remarks at a naturalization ceremony for active duty service members and civilians; East Room
12:10 pm || Designates five new national monuments; Oval Office
6:30 pm || Holds a Passover seder; Old Family Dining Room

All times Eastern
Live stream of briefing with Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest at 1:00 pm

22 Responses to Obama Schedule || Monday, March 25, 2013

      • Seder is the symbolic meal observed tonight by Jews marking the Exodus – going from slavery to freedom. Seder also means to make “order” as in order out of chaos. It begins with the “four questions” (SEE: Keith’s very funny quote of the day). “Why is this night different from all others?” Actually, it’s the same question repeated four times with four different answers.

    • Does anybody believe Fallon’s replacement of Leno on the Tonight Show isn’t about politics? It’s a win-win for the MO&BO lounge lizard act. They get their favorite court jester in a more decent time slot to showcase their talents, and they get rid of that pesky Leno who has the nerve to make jokes about Preezy’s handicap – his economic illiteracy.

      • No doubt about it. I hope the rumor of Leno going to Fox is true. Fox could really unleash him.

        Lounge lizards–that’s very good.

        • Leno can’t be bought like the rest of the Obama’s drooling followers.
          I’ve heard he lives on the money he has made from his stand up
          work and writing and doesn’t touch his Tonight Show money. Gee someone wealthy with values he said came from his upbringing.
          What a concept. Hope Fox snaps him up quickly and the others
          wind up at 2am between the X rated ads. Perfect place for the Obama’s and their basement viewers.

  1. The Moochettes are probably staying in the Atlantis “Bridge suite”, $25K a night. Forbes ranks it as THE most expensive hotel room in the world.

    • Here’s more on suite:
      The ten-room suite is decorated in red, black and gold (lots of gold) and comes with its own butler, bar lounge and entertainment center as well as 12-foot ceilings. The master bedroom has a sitting area, his-and-hers closets, and hand-painted linens. The bathrooms have chaise lounges, marble baths, and dolphin fixtures. For those who are picky about their personal space, there are two separate master bathrooms. The kitchen also has its own entrance so the butler or cook never bothers you