“Investing In America” – President Obama’s town hall meeting on the economy with CNBC

September 21, 2010

Watch President Obama’s entire town hall meeting on the economy with CNBC by clicking HERE.


GOP’s racist attacks against Sotomayor

May 27, 2009

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m1zGYZrxlws

Sotomayor graduated from Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx. She earned her A.B. from Princeton University, graduating summa cum laude in 1976. Sotomayor obtained her J.D. from Yale Law School in 1979, where she was an editor of the Yale Law Journal. Sotomayor then served as an Assistant District Attorney under prominent New York County District Attorney Robert Morgenthau, prosecuting robberies, assaults, murders, police brutality, and child pornography cases. In 1984, she entered private practice, making partner at the commercial litigation firm of Pavia & Harcourt, where she specialized in intellectual property litigation.


President Obama vs. UConn Basketball champs

April 29, 2009

I hope my President succeeds

March 8, 2009

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President Obama drafting policies based off of YOUR letters, the letters from average Americans

February 24, 2009

http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=6937515

Click the link above to watch the story on this.

Someone should put this on youtube. Great to see a President that cares about the well being of average Americans enough to hear directly from them.

EDIT:  Here’s more from a Washington Post article

Each morning when he arrives at the Oval Office, President Obama asks his staff to deliver him a package containing 10 letters. It is a mere sampling of the 40,000 or so that Americans send to the White House every day — a barrage of advice from students and teachers, small-business owners and the unemployed. In between his daily meetings with senior staff members and Cabinet secretaries, Obama has made a habit of sitting alone behind his desk and reading one letter at a time, friends and advisers said. The exercise is intended to help keep him grounded, but it also provides Obama with a glimpse beyond the White House walls and the Secret Service perimeter into what the president sometimes refers to as “the real world.”