Skip to comments.Obama Schedule || Monday, August 20, 2012
Posted on 08/19/2012 7:01:05 PM PDT by Nachum
11:05 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing 12:20 pm || Lunch with Biden 2:25 pm || Participates in interviews with local TV anchors from Jacksonville, Florida; Norfolk, Virginia; and San Diego, California; Roosevelt Room 6:15 pm || Has dinner with the first lady and winners of a campaign contest; Washington
All times Eastern Live stream of Carney briefing at 1:00 pm
That gives plenty of time for the hour worth of mirror gazing he does everyday.
This is worse than bankers hours.
When’s the last time nobama worked a 40 hour week?
Okay, let’s give him a break; when’s the last time nobama worked a 40+ hour week?
THIS 0BAMINATION MUST GO.
Not calling on any of our 57 or 58 governors?
Seriously? That’s his day’s work?
Someone gives him a report, he goes to lunch, he spends some time with adoring tv anchors who will gush all over him, then he goes to dinner?
November can’t come soon enough, and I’m not even American!
If you want to be really sick...look at the whole week’s schedule for Obama. And, note..he never has a daily presidential briefing before 10:00 A.M. (Even Reagan had his at 9 A.M., I believe). And he never has one on days that he travels (guess the nation is not important on those days). What a lazy, lousy, pitiful slouch he is.
WOW!! Really heavy lifting there! What a LAZY ASS!! Bush was in the office at 7:00 I think!
He doesn’t work 40 hours in a MONTH!
The schedule is certainly more rigorous than his "academic" mystery-history. After all, he had all the really embarrassing stuff sealed.
Hey! He’s tired. ;) He went to church Sunday: http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2012/08/19/obama-heads-church-2/
Doesn’t he get bored with doing nothing?
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