After two years of frequent flying and constant campaigning that took him all around the country, President Obama isn´t finished: "You´re going to see the president traveling around the country more," Senior White House Adviser Valerie Jarrett told MSNBC´s "Morning Joe" on Monday, Inauguration Day. Host Joe Scarborough asked Jarrett how President Obama plans to avoid the difficulties that have beset other presidents in their second terms. "Well," replied Jarrett, "you have to stay focused, and you have to develop an agenda that reflects the priorities of the American people. I think the president has done that.
Comments: Why?? It appears that all the serious problems in Washington are solved so he is going on the road. s/o How in the world do we survive the next four years.
I guess the 4,000-course-tee-time-booking-app was loaded onto Stinky´s Blackberry by the White House Blackberry nerd....
OP: "How in the world do we survive the next four years"?
By remembering how important Liberty is; how important our heritage is; how important our children are; that in the end, there´s nowhere else to go; that "life" is a testing-place, not a resting-place; that "this, too, shall pass"; that if necessary, we look right in the eye of those who throw up their hands and say "Get out of the way -- I have work to do."
President Barack Obama will be hitting the road more in the coming year, according to one of his top advisers.
In an interview that aired Sunday on NBC´s "Meet The Press," Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett said the president was concerned that he´s spending too much time in Washington and plans to spend more time mixing and mingling with the public.
Oh and he´ll be playing more golf, eating more lobster and going on more vacations. Anything to spend our money.
Well, what do you expect from a community organizer, with no management, leadership skills, no knowledge of history or economics? Community organizers gotta rabble rouse, docha know? Besides, this shiftless lazy ax will do anything to dodge a day´s real work.
So the little bolshevik speaks to tell us mere mortals that the O´train of manipulate and divide is gonna to roll on. Thanks for the heads up ValJar but we thinking people already knew that. Gird your loins folks it´s going to be a bumpy ride.
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