Obama’s schedule pre-post 9/11 embassy attacks says it all

September 13, 2012

Gotta love those "peaceful" muslims (Photo credit: wnd)

Below is President Obama’s published schedule for the past week.  (Reprinted via Keith Koffler’s the WhiteHouseDossier.com website.  Give him a visit, it really is THAT good.)

Take a couple minutes to scan a week of the most powerful man in the world’s daily schedule. (Take special note of the start times for the days, gotta love em.)

See anything wrong?  (Answer below the schedules)

Obama Schedule || Friday, September 7, 2012

by Keith Koffler

Obama will be traveling in New Hampshire and Iowa today with First Lady Michelle Obama, Vice President Biden, and Dr. Jill Biden

10:00 am || Departs Charlotte, North Carolina
11:45 am || Arrives Portsmouth, New Hampshire
12:20 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Strawberry Banke Field, Portsmouth
2:30 pm || Departs Portsmouth
4:45 pm CT || Arrives Cedar Rapids, Iowa
5:30 pm CT || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa
7:35 pm CT || Departs Cedar Rapids
11:45 am || Arrives St. Petersburg, Florida

All times Eastern except as noted

Obama Schedule || Saturday, September 8, 2012

by Keith Koffler

10:55 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; St. Petersburg College – Seminole Campus, St. Petersburg, Florida
4:25 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Kissimmee Civic Center, Kissimmee, Florida

All times Eastern

Obama Schedule || Sunday, September 9, 2012

by Keith Koffler

10:55 am || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Charles & Ruth Clemente Center, Melbourne, Florida
4:25 pm || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; West Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, Florida
5:55 pm || Departs West Palm Beach, Florida
8:15 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern

Obama Schedule || Monday, September 10, 2012

by Keith Koffler

No publicly scheduled events

Live stream for Carney briefing at 12:30
All times Eastern

Obama Schedule || Tuesday, September 11, 2012

by Keith Koffler

8:45 am || Observes a moment of silence to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks; South Lawn
9:30 am || Attends September 11th Observance Ceremony; The Pentagon
2:15 pm || Visits with wounded warriors who are being treated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center; Bethesda, Maryland
5:00 pm || Meets with Secretary of Defense Panetta; Oval Office

All times Eastern

Obama Schedule || Wednesday, September 12, 2012

by Keith Koffler

10:45 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
1:15 pm || Departs White House
3:00 pm PT || Arrives Las Vegas, Nevada
5:25 pm PT || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Cashman Center, Las Vegas
6:40 pm PT || Departs Las Vegas, Nevada
9:10 pm MT || Arrives Aurora, Colorado

All times Eastern except as noted

Obama Schedule || Thursday, September 13, 2012

by Keith Koffler

11:10 am MT || Delivers remarks at a campaign event; Lions Park, Golden, Colorado
1:50 pm MT || Departs Golden
7:05 pm || Arrives White House

All times Eastern except as noted

Obama Schedule || Friday, September 14, 2012

by Keith Koffler

9:25 am || Receives the Presidential Daily Briefing
10:05 am || Welcomes the 2012 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams to the White House; South Lawn
12:30 pm || Lunch with Biden
7:00 pm || Attends a fundraiser

All times Eastern except as noted
Live stream of Carney briefing at 11:15 am

So just exactly what’s wrong with those past 8 days of Presidential time allotment?

How about the fact that even though it is now coming out that the administration was warned of embassy violence on the anniversary of 9/11 and that as of this writing America has lost an Ambassador and three of his staff to yet another terrorist attack, the schedule for the past 8 days for the President of the United States, the nation’s “Commander in Chief” shows he only had ONE DAY of official business (9/11).

All the rest were filled with campaign/PR events.  (Excepting Monday, 9/10 when the President chose to just take the entire day off instead.)

Throw in that in just the past 24 hours the entire Middle East is exploding in violence and protest against America and you have a front row seat to Presidential leadership in free fall.  A prime example of what happens when appeasement and apology take precedent over vision and strength.

You can read the stories anywhere, you can view the videos across the web, but you cannot ignore your duty.

That duty being to get to each and every person within your own circle and show them the truth of the damage, domestically and now internationally, that this empty suit, filling an empty chair, in an unoccupied office is inflicting upon us all.

The duty to relay to them:

No President in our history has done more to undermine the credibility abroad of the United Sates of America than Barack Hussein Obama.

No President in our history has gone to bed with embassies under attack and the whereabouts of an ambassador unknown.

No President in our history has flown off to a campaign event on the same day of hearing that the ambassador he cared so little about the night before had been killed in one of those embassy attacks.

No President in our history has continued with said campaign events while even more violence against our embassies was breaking out across the entire Middle East.

No President in our history has been more of an abject failure.

No President in our history has done more to reward failure, appease dictators, and apologize to tyrannical regimes than one Barack Hussein Obama.

And just for grins, you can throw in that no President in history has accumulated over 5 trillion in new debt, overseen a national credit downgrade, grounded America’s manned space program, or circumvented the Constitution more times than any President in history.  (And that’s just in his FIRST term.)

America truly cannot survive another four years of this disgrace.

With less than two months to November 6th, there isn’t a lot of time, but there IS enough time, just get to work.

God be with the families of the fallen and God bless the United States of America.

Obama 2012:  Kick Obama out or Kiss America goodbye.

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4 Responses to Obama’s schedule pre-post 9/11 embassy attacks says it all

  1. Anson Burlingame on September 14, 2012 at 1:51 pm

    Geoff,nObama is doing the exact same thing now, in a foreign crisis, that he did during a 4 year economic crisis. He has delegated leadership to others.nRead The Price of Politics, a compelling history of the lack of Presidential leadership on economic matter starting on January 5, 2009 up until today, with a fiscal cliff looming before us. All Obama did and does is give political speeches. The dirty work of negotiation and deal making were and continue to be delegated to the likes of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Joe Biden.nThe Arab Spring, an administration term attempting to show real human progress towards democracy in the Arab World is now, suddenly, being shown what it really is, an winter time of human rights, American values and for sure American interests all over the Arab World.nThe President does not have a clue how to deal with such matters nor should he be expected to know much about solutions based on his experience and background. At best he is learning on the job and his GPA based on government numbers, economically, and scenes from the Arab world, today is decidedly failing.nAnd yet he and others in the Democratic Party claim America is NOT in decline. How in the hell can anyone spin that claim I wonder?nAnson

    • A Nonny Moose on September 14, 2012 at 7:31 pm

      I’ve said it before: Hes not a leader, he’s a campaigner. He doesn’t want the actual job that comes with being president. He simply wanted to win the biggest election of all, enjoy the perks of the office, and let everyone else do the work for him. He skated through the first four years, letting his cronies destroy the economy by attempting to implement their socialist policies. Now he’s in his element again, campaigning full time. The difference is that he’s not the challenger now. He’s the incumbent, and people expect the president to be, well, presidential, at least once in awhile. He has failed miserably in that regard, because, again, he’s is not a leader, he’s simply a campaigner who has no interest in actually performing the duties of the job he managed to win. Asking him to lead in a time of crisis is like asking a dog to meow. Once in a blue moon you might get a tepid little whine that, if you’re prone to wishful thinking, you might be able to convince yourself was a meow, but ultimately you’re doomed to failure. nnI often feel bad when I compare him to Carter, in spite of the obvious similarities between Carter’s term and this one. Not because I feel like I’m denigrating Obama, but because I feel like I’m insulting Carter. Carter was a tool, and an utterly incompetent one at that, but one got the feeling he was at least trying to do the job. Yes, he made a tremendous mess of things because he had no idea what he was doing, but he actually wanted to do the right thing. With Obama, one doesn’t get the idea he gives a damn about doing the job. He lets his fellow left wing radicals rule the roost while he runs off and plays golf or attends fundraisers. Doesn’t even attend intelligence briefings, because that would be work. We haven’t had a person turn everything over to his underlings like this since Grant, and anyone who knows history knows how that worked out. There are those who claim this was his plan all along, to bring America down on many levels, fulfilling the dreams of the ’60s radicals. I would have an easier time believing that if I believed he had the capability to actually pull it off. As it is, I’m in the camp that thinks that would be far too much work for him. No, I don’t believe he’s some maniacal schemer, set to intentionally bring the country down from the inside. He’s Nero, and he’s sawing on that fiddle and playin’ it hot, as Charlie Daniels would say. nnSo the fact this stuff allegedly snuck up on the administration despite warnings is not at all surprising to me. When one is in office to campaign and only to campaign, one cannot be bothered with silly little details like, oh, intelligence briefings, or the lives of ambassadors. There’s money to be collected! “He what? He got killed? Wow, that sucks. Quick, someone throw me together some perfunctory “wow that sucks and we’re pretty peeved about it” speech that I can read in a hurry, then it’s off to Vegas, boys!”nnKeep in mind, people, this isn’t the student senate we’re talking about here. Unlike high school, in the real world this is what happens when you elect the coolest kid to the office instead of the one who knows what he’s doing. The media have given up all pretense of impartiality and are doing everything they can to distract from his foibles and cover for him, but in the information age, the accurate information is too readily available for them to shut it out. We’ve seen what he is (in)capable of for four years. Time to replace the cool kid with one who can actually do the job.

  2. Anson Burlingame on September 15, 2012 at 3:37 pm

    Geoff and Nonny and anyone else browsing this site,nThis conservative writer, Geoff, and Nonny and I have been harping on Obama’s shortcomings herein for at least three years now. Many, many others in Jasper County share these sentiments.nAnd yet it seems, if polls can be believed that Obama is holding a slight lead in national sentiments to become the next President. Frankly, such political sentiments surprise me, but for sure I am not an expert in gaging American voter sentiments or understanding the “mood of the country”.nAcutally that is a misstatement. My assessment of the “mood of the country” is one of anger and confusion and for sure frustration and such views are widely accepted, I think. But by and large those negative sentiments are reflected in polls at least towards Congress, a rather large and amorphous mass of men and women.nThanks by and large to the media, the negative sentiments towards Congress have now been sharpened to a closer edge against one segment of Congress, the Tea Party members of that branch of government. The Tea Party scares people with its extremism. Plainly spoken, the Tea Party scares me to a degree. Unconstrained the likes of Billy Long and Todd Akin could do grave harm to America in my view.nBecause of a brutal primary campaign Romney obviously had to cater to that extreme element of the GOP and today Dems will of course not let voters forget such adherence to Tea Party sentiments. The same applies to Paul Ryan one of the most brillant “thinkers” in terms of economic matters in the entire Congress. Read Woodward’s new book to catch that observation.nGiven the raw views of the Tea Party and compare them to the spin coming from Dems and the message is clear that voters will choose a safer and more understandable path, the progressive path for the next four years. It seems tnat Americans are now trending to acknowledging that, yes things are bad right now, but if we elect the Tea Party they will get much worse.nVoters forget, because of media hype that there is an element of the Dem Party that is even more repellant than the Tea Party, the OWS leaning crowd on the left. That is the crowd that wants to diminish capitalism or even do away with it, spend borrowed money until……, plie on more and more ineffective programs for the “poor”, and most important figure out a way to equalize income across America using government force.nThat is the essence of the EC blog site in my view and I have railed against it for several years now. Geoff tried to do so as well and became banned from the site. While I have not yet been banned, I am ignored by and large over there with an occassional “you are so stupid that there is no point in arguing with you!!!” responses thereto.nI await the final outcome and look to the 1980 campaign results as a sign of hope. In late Sept 1980 Carter was well ahead of Reagan in polls in America but look what happened on election day. The debates probably did more to create a sudden change (at least based on polling) in the electorate’s opinion.nIt would for sure be a high risk approach by Romney, but maybe, just maybe, the GOP should be willing to “piss off” their “base”, at least the evangelical base by saying (by Romney) “Todd Akin and what he represents is NOT my view and I would fight such sentiments just as hard as I will fight the views of the radical left if I become President”. He should distance himself with equal vigor from the likes of Santorum as well. Many Americans, myself included think those folks would try to turn America into a Theocracy. They would be as quick to regulate the internet to keep pictures of Christ in a bowl of urine as they would Hillary to regulate it to avoid inflaming Muslims!!!. Both sides forget that FREEDOM is our founding principle, not government force!!!.nI do believe Romney would try to govern as such by unleashing, again, the power of freedom in economic matters at least. As well he would not “go to war” on a whim but would certainly put “peace with strength” as the cornerstone of dealing with the crazy Arab world today.nAmerica “lurched” to the left in 2008 and then “lurged” to the right in 2010. Today the electorate wants to stop lurching and settle on things that generally make sense to support traditional American values, epitomized by freedom and liberty over force.nOne side or the other is going to come out with the White House in their hands by probably a 51-52% margin come Nov 2012. Congress will probably remain divided as well and for sure the filibuster will govern no matter who wins the Senate.nGiven that likely outcome, well Hello fiscal cliff becomes the watch word, in my view and Hello retreat, driven by economic matters, will result in the larger world for American power and influence. Many Americans will initially applaud that latter result with no idea the long term results for sure.nI have yet to see the film “2016” but I doubt that Arab mobs running rampant in the current State of Israel is shown. I wonder how the western world in later years would critique that outcome along with dirty bombs going off in America and Europe?nBut you see, when I paint such a picture as a possiblity I will be called a “warmonger” by the left just like that segment of America called Reagan, who ONLY ended the Cold War, peacefully way back when!!!nAnson

    • A Nonny Moose on September 15, 2012 at 8:35 pm

      The (thankfully slight) Obama lead in the polls is not surprising to me at all, Anson, for two reasons, both of which have been mentioned before. One, no one wants to be the one who votes against the black guy. it’s leftist reverse racism in full bloom. You simply cannot state you will vote against or even speak out against the guy in public without some lower end of the ball curve assclown screaming “THAT’S RACIST!” at you. Some folks are actually affected by that epithet, so needing to be in with what they believe is the popular crowd that they’ll even start to believe the pap regarding this guy’s so-called accomplishments. This group screams so loudly against anyone who opposes the policies of Obama, against anyone who dares to speak out about his utter lack of anything remotely resembling competence, always and unfailingly by screaming “RACIST”, when oddly, they are the racists themselves, voting for him solely based on the color of his skin. Non-racists judge people based on character, their job skills, etc. Racists judge by skin color. Good luck pointing that out to them, however, especially if another of their ilk is within earshot. nnThe second group are even worse, and are growing rapidly. Those are the ones who see the government as their keeper, as their protector, as their source of income. These are the “yes, you should ask what your country can do for you, and then demand more, because someone out there still has more than you and that isn’t fair!” people. They want everything, absolutely everything, they want it right now, and they expect you to pay for it, because you were a dumb enough schmuck to work for what you have. They have no choice but to vote for Obama, because if he loses they are absolutely convinced they’ll be starving in the street without their monthly checks from Uncle Sam. This group is the part of the Occupy crowd, the ones who think you owe them an education, health care, contraceptives, etc. because they were lucky enough to first draw breath in the United States, and because even though they go to a law school with a $50K a year tuition, they can’t be expected to shell out $9 a month for their rubbers, dontcha know. nnThe second are a lot more militant than the first group, too. Where the former will at least sound steadfast in their resolve while screaming “RACIST” at you, a few of them at least have the brain power to question themselves, to wonder if voting for a guy because he’s black and generally considered cool really is the right thing to do. They’ll never, ever admit that in public out of fear that would get back to the others, who would then ostracize them with the same taunts of “RACIST” they usually reserve for us (and then how will they ever get the invites to the cool parties with the cool people? The horror… the horror…). But they do at least think it from time to time, and just might be convinced to pull the level for the — gasp! — non-cool, non-black, yet utterly competent and experienced guy, since the voting booth is private. The Occupy, “Gimme All You Got And More, You Greedy Corporatist Pig!” types know their very survival — at least at they see it, since getting a job and earning their own would be the end of life as they know it — depend on Obama and the “here you go, government money for all! Love us! Vote for us!” politicians continuing to hold power. They’ll brook no dissent. nnSo yeah, that’s what I see as holding Obama’s poll numbers up. With any luck at all, the “wow, it is just so cool to have a black guy as president!” reverse racists block will crumble on election day, ironically driven away by the “you owe me everything you earn, pig!” crowd. Time will tell. All we can do is keep putting the facts about the dire financial straits out there and hope it sinks in, and remind them that voting for a person because he’s black is every bit as racist as voting against him for that reason. Maybe it’ll sink in.


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