Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Does President Obama feels your pain?

With the stock market dropping 600 point today, and many folks investments taking a major hit, President Obama decided to forgo his usual coping mechanism (a round of golf) to attend a fundraiser instead:
President Barack Obama turns his attention to campaign politics Monday night, as he headlines two events for the Democratic National Committee and his re-election campaign.

According to the White House schedule, the president first attends a gathering of approximately 140 guests at a private residence in the nation's capital. A DNC official says proceeds from the $15,000 per family gathering will go to the Obama Victory Fund, with the money raised shared by the president's re-election campaign and DNC.
The full story is HERE.

I have no doubt that The President believes that because he's doing such a great job running the country, that it is important that he does everything he can between vacations and golf outings to insure a successful re-election campaign.

If there is anything positive to come out of the events of the past few weeks, it is that the President is making it crystal clear what his priorities are.

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larry said...

I really can't figure Obama out.

Golf games and fundraisers with everything that's going on. He has to know that this bugs the hell out of people.

Noelle said...

Why does Obama even want a 2nd term? He sure doesn't want to do any work to lead this country in his first term.

Maybe I answered my own question. "Work" is the operative word. He seems to want to enjoy the perks of the job of POTUS, but doesn't want to do any work to earn those perks.

Anonymous said...

Bos, I guess the hope and change is completely gone for 2012.

Did you read that Obama's game plan is to destroy Romney personally?

Here we go.



Anonymous said...

Actually, Obama is anxious for another campaign because campaigning is one of the only things he does well. If he can be re-elected it will make him feel like a success, even if he turns out to be the greatest Presidential failure in history.

As has always been the case, Obama is all about himself. Let's hope voters are wiser in 2012 than 2008!