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Obama Schedule || Tuesday, November 19, 2013

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:45 am || Meets with bipartisan group of senators to discuss Iran; Roosevelt Room
3:15 pm || Delivers remarks and answers questions at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council annual meeting; Washington
4:30 pm || Meets with Secretary of Defense Hagel

All times Eastern
Live stream of Carney briefing at 12:30 pm

47 Responses to Obama Schedule || Tuesday, November 19, 2013

    • I’ve noticed that the first (?) Muslim congressman has been taking a prominent role on various panel discussions lately, along with Mexican congressman. Xavier Becerra, the radical Reconquista from CA. Both of them clean up nicely, are fairly articulate, and both are very dangerous.
      ***Becerra, imo, is the most dangerous radical in the entire administration. He is ambitious and ruthless – I know of what I speak. Never take your eyes off this guy.

  1. Things going on while we’re all focused on the downfall of our nation’s economy:

    Iran’s getting the big one.

    Coal-fire plants in the TVA are being shut down.

    We be fucked.

      • To those who think Common Core is not important because you have no children directly affected by it, do you not have (or, hope to have) grandchildren? Do you have any neices and nephews? Siblings? God-children?

        Even if you have none of the above, are you not concerned about a federal program that has shown itself, repeatedly, to be a tool for Marxism?

        • You are absolutely right. The biggest mistake we conservatives have made is that we let the progressives take over education. We are reaping the whirlwind now. Not sure that we can turn it around.

        • The MSM has not covered it as much as Obamacare and the Obama scandals (I’m stopping enumerating them). Thanks to someone who linked Michelle Malkin’s article on Common Core yesterday. Some people who are willing to vote for any Republican to keep a Democrat out of the WH ought to read Malkin’s articles on Jeb Bush’s involvement in Common Core. I will never vote for that man, and now I have two grounds upon which to make that statement: his stance on immigration and his involvement, monetary and otherwise, in this education debacle.

    • They said that saving Grenada from terror and totalitarianism was the wrong thing to do – they didn’t blame Cuba or the communists for threatening American students and murdering Grenadians – they blamed the United States instead.

      But then, somehow, they always blame America first.

      When our Marines, sent to Lebanon on a multinational peacekeeping mission with the consent of the United States Congress, were murdered in their sleep, the “blame America first crowd” didn’t blame the terrorists who murdered the Marines, they blamed the United States.

      But then, they always blame America first.

      When the Soviet Union walked out of arms control negotiations, and refused even to discuss the issues, the San Francisco Democrats didn’t blame Soviet intransigence. They blamed the United States.

      But then, they always blame America first.

      When Marxist dictators shoot their way to power in Central America, the San Francisco Democrats don’t blame the guerrillas and their Soviet allies, they blame United States policies of 100 years ago.

      But then, they always blame America first.

      The American people know better.

      They know that Ronald Reagan and the United States didn’t cause Marxist dictatorship in Nicaragua, or the repression in Poland, or the brutal new offensives in Afghanistan, or the destruction of the Korean airliner, or the new attacks on religious and ethnic groups in the Soviet Union, or the jamming of western broadcasts, or the denial of Jewish emigration, or the brutal imprisonment of Anatoly Shcharansky and Ida Nudel, or the obscene treatment of Andrei Sakharov and Yelena Bonner, or the re-Stalinization of the Soviet Union.

      The American people know that it’s dangerous to blame ourselves for terrible problems that we did not cause.

      They understand just as the distinguished French writer, Jean Francois Revel, understands the dangers of endless self- criticism and self-denigration.

      He wrote: “Clearly, a civilization that feels guilty for everything it is and does will lack the energy and conviction to defend itself.”

      With the election of Ronald Reagan, the American people declared to the world that we have the necessary energy and conviction to defend ourselves, and that we have as well a deep commitment to peace.

      And now, the American people, proud of our country, proud of our freedom, proud of ourselves, will reject the San Francisco Democrats and send Ronald Reagan back to the White House.

  2. When he asks the senators why Iran, someone should reply because America needed a really incompetent son of a bitch to bring the nation to the brink of destruction to help its citizens realize how valuable America is.
    WSJ CEO/Hagel meetings conflict. Oh,well, the miracle man can speak from each side of his mouth to address each.

  3. So this “schedule” is the reason Obama is not going to the 150th Anniversery of Gettysburg…???

    Not that I want this anti-American anywhere Gettysburg.

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