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Obama Schedule || Thursday, October 2, 2014

10:55 am CT || Attends a fundraiser with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn; Private Residence, Chicago
1:15 pm CT || Delivers remarks on the economy; Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
2:35 pm CT || Departs Gary, Indiana
5:25 pm || Arrives White House
8:00 pm || Delivers remarks at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute’s 37th Annual Awards Gala; Washington

All times Eastern except as noted

15 Responses to Obama Schedule || Thursday, October 2, 2014

  1. Gosh. I’m glad there’s nothing important that requires the Imperial President’s attention. Like plague, or invasion, or war or anything. I’m glad he doesn’t have things like this weighing on his brow and is free for such frivolity.

  2. I bet he goes straight from Northwestern to the Gary airport without stopping to meet with any of the denizens. He doesn’t want any part of that huge ghetto of a city.

  3. I wonder if that “private residence” is his own south side house. No. Not likely. We the taxpayers are paying to guard it, but he doesn’t seem to give a rat’s about it. I also wonder if we’re paying to have the lawn mowed and for other upkeep. Inquiring minds would like to know.

  4. The only Hispanic thing this President and the Hispanic Caucus should be involved in is getting Sgt.Tahmoressi released and getting the illegals who have broken the law that these legislators are bound to uphold out.

    But by all means, let’s get the gold from LaRaza.

    • Just like Benghazi victims, Sgt. Tahmooressi is on his own. Absolutely disgraceful!

      On another note, Obama criticizes Israel for construction, but not Hamas for bombing. What Israel builds up, Hamas takes down. Tell me Obama, which group of people are the savages?

  5. To those of you outside of the Chicago area, I could see how you might gloss over this. But the Northwestern campus in Evanston and Gary Municipal Airport are roughly 50 miles apart. For today’s itinerary, as currently laid out, to play out in reality requires that Obama’s remarks at Northwestern be approximately 3 minutes in length, and that no fewer than 4 separate Chicago freeways (and the side streets that provide ingress and egress from them) be closed during mid-day to all but the presidential motorcade. Everything this administration does is done to cause maximum inconvenience to those in its path. I really don’t see how one could draw any other conclusion, if this schedule is accurate.