back to the office

President Barack Obama walks back to the Oval Office of the White House in Washington after a trip to Michigan. Obama was scheduled to meet with members of his National Security team to discuss the events in Egypt.

3 Responses to “back to the office”

  1. February 10, 2011 at 6:08 pm

    President Obama looks his usual calm and collective self in this photo but I’ll bet he’s really “pissed-off” with Mubarak on the inside.

    Especially after hearing what Mubarak had to say.

    I think President Obama and the whole world really thought this would have been the day that Mubarak was going to step down.

  2. 2 Sonjia Duncan
    February 10, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    I really admire the fact that the President does not express an opinion until he knows all the facts. I really donot trust the media and their sources. They have become a lazy and cheap bunch. I could never understand why they would close down their different overseas stations and blame it on budget cuts and now we see the results they know nothing.

    • 3 Audrey
      February 10, 2011 at 9:36 pm

      Exactly Sonya! It’s just become a shallow freak show daily on television and radio. Every single one of the talking heads and pundits and opinion putzes pulling s*#t from their b#*t holes and trying to pass it off as fact. Screaming at the top of their voices and trying to out crazy each other just to prove they are smarter and in the know. They divulge every state secret just to show they know, and do such immense damage to the authority of the President of the United States and America’s standing around the world. They are idiots every single one of them! Idiots.

      God please continue to bless and protect President Obama and give him the wisdom and guidance to make the best decisions for us and the world. Please defeat and remove any persons within and outside the administration working against President Obama. Amen!

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