President Barack Obama leaves the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, DC, November 23, 2010. The President will travel to Kokomo, Indiana as part of the White House to Main Street tour. In the afternoon, Obama and the Vice President Joe Biden will visit the Chrysler Indiana Transmission Plant II where they will take a tour, greet plant workers, and deliver brief remarks.

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  1. 1 Little Lulu
    November 23, 2010 at 12:25 pm

    What a gorgeous photo! The sculpture of the buck in the background is really striking!

    I’m sure we won’t see any mention of the rescue of an ENTIRE TOWN when he arrives in Peru, Indiana, thanks to the car industry bailout led by the Obama Administration. God help anyone who mentions anything positive about what this administration has accomplished.

    Yesterday I got a call from a health insurance survey. I gave my health insurance company, Blue Cross PPO, total zeroes for EVERYTHING. The surveryor started to laugh and I told her, “I love my president and I’m so happy he got health insurance reform passed.” When we ended the call she said, “It was a real pleasure speaking with you today!” And she meant it. 🙂

    We shall overcome, y’all.

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