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Obama Schedule || Thursday, August 29, 2013

No public schedule

Live stream of White House briefing at 12:45 pm ET

30 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, August 29, 2013

  1. BHO does not give a damn about anything that does not massage his very sizable, but delicate ego. The day is lost that he cannot make it about himself. MLK has relevance only if it fits into BHO’s assessment of BHO. Contemporarily, the line should be:”..Not the color of his(sic) skin, but its thickness!”
    Res ipsa loquitor!

  2. Wonder how hot Preezy Revenge is to bomb Syria now that his quisling buddy Cameron had to back down. Unlike our imperial president who circumvents Congress to engage our military in an act of war; Cameron can’t just send British troops to war without the approval of the British House of Commons.

  3. So how hung-over is Dear Ledaer Obama today? Must have been one heck of party last night at the WHITE House with all those hate-speech spewing race-baiters from that pathetic MLK rally.
    (re: No public schedule)

  4. I’m sure he’s hunkered down in the Situation Room weighing all his options while waiting for ValJar to give a thumbs up or thumbs down.

    I think it’s Fantasy Football draft night, so there’s a lot of strategerizing involved with that too.

  5. We, as a nation, are so much better off when this dolt has a nothingburger schedule.

    I can’t help but think that veteran reporters, Gwen Ifil and Judy Woodruff. must have seriously considered shelving last night’s PBS
    ‘interview’ with the half-wit who resides at 1600. Guffaws and gales of laughter must be rippling through the ME, as well as the rest of the world:


    Speaking in a wide-ranging interview with PBS Newshour, Obama insisted he has not made a decision on how best to respond to the alleged massacre of civilians by forces loyal to Syrian strongman Bashar Assad using chemical weapons.

    But “if, in fact, we can take limited, tailored approaches, not getting drawn into a long conflict – not a repetition of, you know, Iraq, which I know a lot of people are worried about – but if we are saying in a clear and decisive but very limited way, we send a shot across the bow saying, stop doing this, that can have a positive impact on our national security over the long term,” the president said.

    That would send the Assad regime “a pretty strong signal, that in fact, it better not do it again.”–obama-says-eyeing-%E2%80%98shot-across-the-bow%E2%80%99-222156121.html

    • “shot across the bow”? What a doofusly dangerous threat to make by our CiC as if this is all some kind of lethal video game like his deadly drone strikes.
      That action sounds just like ol’Joe Biden’s advice of shooting into the air or at the door to discourage evil-doers.
      On second thought, maybe that’s where he got the idea that shooting a cruise missile into Syria will frighten Assad and make him run away.
      Idiots, both.

      • FOX just reported that Merkel and Putin have reached an agreement that Syria must be dealt with ‘politically’. Merkel and Putin!!! Obama is history. Can you even imagine the reception he gets from Putin at the G20 in St. Petersburg? He flew off the handle and said he would not meet with Putin b/c of the Snowden affair; and now ,,,his inane remarks on Syria. It should be a Pay-for-View event!

      • As someone pointed out–I am not a very skilled morning TV watcher, but can’t afford the paper anymore–a shot across the bow was a warning that the next one would sink the boat–and he says there won’t be a next one, soooo….big woo. Except it will throw everyone into a tizz, probably obliterate a bunch of people, cost a lot of money, on and on.

    • The WH has pretty much displayed their playbook on how why and when. We’re already being laughed at by other countries on our foreign policy handling, and this makes it even worse. I have never seen so much flip flopping on what to do.. it changes by the hour.

      Sure, lets send a couple of TLAM’s (cruise missles) over to shake things up. Other than military facilities, what else is left to destroy? Knowing some of the middle east’s playbook, I’m sure they have moved civilians into that area and if we miss the target, there will be a huge fallout from collateral damage.

      • What an open invitation for other countries to ‘bring it to the US’.

        I can see it now. In planning sessions our enemies discussing America’s foreign policy. “Gee, let’s see, we hate America. So, let’s attack now while this President is in office. What’s he gonna do? Shoot a blow across the bow, challenge us to a duel, or a thumb wrestling contest.”

  6. O/T – Did I miss something here?? According to a Dem Rep we “HAVE TO” pass some sort of immigration bill to prevent rape and death, for if we don’t they will happen as a result.

    Every day we are seeing more and more “we want” services from illegals who have 98% of the body through the open door at the border or are now here in the US. We’re not stopping anyone, instead this administration has opened the door almost wide open and put the door stop down. I feel sorry for Customs & Border Patrol officers. These policy changes have left them hamstrung and flapping in the breeze.

    Now why is this representative from IL discussing this in a town hall in VA??

    So to me, NO – we do not need to pass the immigration bill, it will not stop any of the illegal acts these illegals are conducting. We need enforcement, tighten our border, and send them back.

  7. He probably got around to reading Monday’s President’s Daily Brief while sitting on the john last night and had an “oh poop” moment. No pun intended. I’ve got to protect my phony baloney job now, but it can wait until tomorrow morning.

    To summarize the report…
    – UK and France are fundamentally wusses and will decrease their support day by day
    – Russia is sending ships to the Med… big problem
    – Iran and Hezboallah are making noise, but what’s new. They really need to follow through on something to get any street cred
    – Most of the world (except John McCain) sees the rebels as radicals and the cure may be worse than the disease
    – Syrian intervention is less popular than Congress… nuff said
    – Oil prices are spiking
    – Israel should be thrown under the bus (again) for giving us questionable intel on the Syrian government’s involvement in said events (and don’t they have an agenda)
    – College football starts this weekend and no one wants to be in the office dealing with this crap not to mention it’s a Federal govt. 4-day weekend.

    • I played with the tool earlier, using various scenarios and a couple were really alarming. On avg I would have to pay into a plan of at least 9 to 13K a year. But that is because my wife and I still work, and I receive a pension. This is obscene.