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Obama Schedule || Thursday, August 8, 2013

10:15 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
2:25 pm || Meets with Greek Prime Minister Samaras

All times Eastern
Live Stream of White House briefing at 12:30 pm

7 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Thursday, August 8, 2013”

  1. The two of them will have an abundance of tips to share with one another.

    While Prime Minister Samaras is visiting the U.S., his official website and the Greek government-controlled news agency do not seem to care about the visit by announcing the PM’s meetings and meaningful updates.

    The lack of transparency has been a constant problem in Greek politics as it behooves the corruption that has brought Greece to its knees. The purpose of Samaras’s U.S. visit remains a secret.

  2. Obama supporting oppressive regime…again!

    Clearly, Samaras has already usurped the power of the judiciary and the legislature. He is a despot. Greece is reverting to a dictatorship and the country is traveling down Egypt’s path towards a coup d’etat. The U.S. administration’s response to Egypt and Greece indicates that while President Obama is pulling the army back in the U.S., he is retooling foreign policy with support for oppressive regimes.

    President Obama ought to consider that another president had openly supported a Greek junta. His name was Richard Nixon. The slope of supporting undemocratic and dictatorial regimes is uncontrollably slippery and history teaches us that it tends to be founded on corruption. The results cannot be good neither for Greece, nor for the U.S.

  3. Really, what the hell does this President do in all this spare time? This is not a real President! This is a real lazy President!

    1. >> what the hell does this President do in all this spare time? <<

      He gets his photo taken with his his feet up on everything. :)

  4. Someday–I know this is a dream–I would like to see a meeting with this jobs czar, his manufacturing czar, his higher ed czar, etc. about trying to get something going here. I know–I have lost touch with reality. Oh, well, reality is overrated anyhow.

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