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Obama Schedule || Wednesday, June 1, 2016

10:00 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
12:30 pm || Departs White House
2:20 pm || Arrives Elkhart, Indiana
3:25 pm || Delivers remarks; Concord Community High School, Elkhart, Indiana
4:55 pm || Participates in a town hall hosted by PBS; The Lerner Theater, Elkhart
7:00 pm || Departs Elkhart, Indiana
7:20 pm MT || Arrives Colorado Springs, Colorado

All times Eastern except as noted

10 thoughts on “Obama Schedule || Wednesday, June 1, 2016”

  1. Why is the (titular) President of the United States giving a talk at a high school? Surely he has more important things to attend to.

  2. A schedule totally devoid of any useful purpose unless you consider Dictator Imam Obama jetting around on Air Force Dunce at taxpayer cost in order to poison the gullible minds of high school students, raise briefcases stuffed with illicit campaign cash, and continue his non-stop trashing of this country in public venues a positive accomplishment.

    Why is he staying in Colorado Springs tonight? I didn’t know there were any 5 star hotels located in Colorado Springs.

    One happy thought, though, Dictator Imam Obama will be out of office in seven months.

    1. I wondered about the Colorado Springs stop as well. The Air Force Academy is located there, but I doubt he will visit the cadets. If he planned to do so, the WH would blare it all over the news outlets to “prove” that Obama supported the military, in spite of all evidence to the contrary. A Commander in Chief who detests his own military. Who would have ever thought we’d see that day? But here we are, seeing it in the Reign of Obama the Blusterer.

      Could it be a marijuana pick up visit, since CO now permits purchase and smoking of the magic weed? Nah, Obama gets all the Mary Jane he wants as POTUS. Doesn’t need to stop in CO for his joints. So I dunno why The One is so desperate to visit Colorado Springs. Who knows why Obama does the insane things he does?

        1. I hope they have loud, continual flyovers of F-14s, 16s, 18s, B-52s, A-10s, KC135s, c-5s, c-17s, K-10s and maybe an F-35 or two during his entire speech. That way the cadets won’t be able to hear about how their most important responsibility after graduation will be to reduce global warming–as he told the West Point graduates a few years ago.

  3. The Obamas damaging young minds across America.

    The WH resident beard, Mooch, was out there in Santa Fe playing the victim, lying at every turn and finally wailing against “they” who will try and use them and ruin their lives.

    And who is the “they” this disgraceful liar is referring to? The very “they” that has paid for all of her expensive trips, vacations and outings over the past 8 years. That “they”. Americans.

    She is a national disgrace.

  4. OT Meanwhile back at the ranch, 1,037 Syrian Refugees Admitted in May: Two Christians, 1,035 Muslims.

    All properly vetted for national security and disease. Yeah, right.

  5. Kinda offbeat–We may be able to claim more territory…
    International law affords every coastal nation sovereign rights over its continental shelf out to 200 nautical miles from shore. These rights include control over minerals, petroleum and sedentary organisms such as clams, crabs and coral. If certain physical criteria are met, a nation is entitled to the continental shelf beyond 200 nautical miles, an area referred to as the “extended continental shelf” or ECS. The USGS is analyzing geologic and geophysical data collected over the past 7 years to determine the nation’s ECS, and preliminary research indicates it could total one million square kilometers. The United States has an ECS in the Arctic Ocean north of Alaska, Atlantic East Coast, Bering Sea, Pacific West Coast, Gulf of Mexico and possibly other areas. The U.S. ECS Project is a collaborative effort among many agencies that are part of an Interagency Task Force, of which the USGS is a member.

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