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1:45: President Obama and Michelle Obama host George H.W. Bush and Barbara Bush to honor the 5,000th Daily Point of Light Award winner

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127 Responses to “Coming Up”

    • 2 vcprezofan2
      July 15, 2013 at 12:59 pm

      What’s the rush? /plaintive voice/ Why can’t you guys wait a moment or two when you know I’m coming? ;(

      • 3 vcprezofan2
        July 15, 2013 at 1:03 pm

        BTW, Chips, you were a couple of minutes early. Try not to let it happen again, please, as that’s disturbing to the psyche. See, I had it figured out that you would post a new thread at 1pm so I strolled over at 12:58. Being wrong like this undermines my self-confidence, something I doubt you intended. [Tee hee hee]

  1. 8 Don
    July 15, 2013 at 12:57 pm

    Howdy yourself, Carol!

  2. 9 vcprezofan2
    July 15, 2013 at 12:58 pm

    Wait! I’m coming!

  3. 10 JER
    July 15, 2013 at 1:01 pm

    STARTING SOON – Attorney General Holder addresses Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. He’s expected to discuss the Zimmerman verdict. – http://on.cnn.com/cnndcl4

  4. July 15, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    National Bar Association Demands Justice for Trayvon Martin
    Zimmerman Verdict Highlights Continued Injustices
    in Legal System


  5. July 15, 2013 at 1:07 pm

    Barbara Bush thought bubble: “Jesus, why couldn’t my sons be like him?”

    • 16 vcprezofan2
      July 15, 2013 at 1:16 pm

      Looking at that picture, my fist thought was ‘Why isn’t SHE smiling/laughing – aloof much?’ However, my second thought was, ‘It’s great that PBO knows how to and when to laugh.’ Probably linked to the fact that he is so comfortable in himself.

    • 17 CEB
      July 15, 2013 at 1:22 pm

      LOL! Thanks, I needed a laugh.

      I know PBO and Michelle must be tired of having to host and be in the company of the Bushes: the portrait reveals, the library (Liebrary) opening, an ealier visit by Bush, Sr. and Jeb, and now this; geesh.

    • 18 anniebella
      July 15, 2013 at 1:35 pm

      LL, I’m going to say this and please don’t take it the wrong way, President Obama is not perfect. I’m sure Barbara loves her kids just the way they are.

      • 19 anniebella
        July 15, 2013 at 1:36 pm

        We might not care for G.W. and Jeb, but she does.

        • July 15, 2013 at 1:39 pm

          We were joking, Anniebella. (Kind of).

          • 21 anniebella
            July 15, 2013 at 1:45 pm

            Chipsticks, I figure you must have been joking, at least I was hoping. Maybe I’m taking thing alittle to seriously today, or maybe after that verdict I’m not in the joking mood. I’m sad, I’m mad, I’m sad, I’m mad, I wonder who will be the next Trayvon Martin.

            • 22 anniebella
              July 15, 2013 at 1:48 pm

              Shot down and kill just because you’re black.

            • July 15, 2013 at 1:48 pm

              Half joking, Anniebella. I find it hard to show much respect to the Bush boys, but that’s just me.

              • 24 anniebella
                July 15, 2013 at 2:30 pm

                I can understand that Chipsticks, we know that Jeb Bush sign that “Stand your ground” B.S. into law. And now he have the nerve to be talking about running in 2016. We know that G.W. left this country in such a mess that we are still recovering from.

    • 25 MightyPamela
      July 15, 2013 at 1:55 pm

      Exactly my first impression… And to note she looks very comfortable and content with the arm of the most fascinating man to come along in this world for a very very long time around her shoulders! It almost seems as it she is leaning to her right, and in her eyes I see her effort to contain a shit-eating grin! 😉

  6. 26 Jovie
    July 15, 2013 at 1:08 pm

    McConell is really just a button pusher, he loves getting people upset.
    I hate people like that, they walk away laughing as if they had done a good job.
    To me, a Person like that has got major issues, always trying to make somebody mad and flustered.
    It’s a basic mistreating of a person that I object to.
    And McConell is the Perfect example.
    I feel bad for Reid!

  7. 27 Bill
    July 15, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    I love that photo of PBO and Mrs. Bush. Has anyone divulged what she said?

  8. 31 Jovie
    July 15, 2013 at 1:10 pm

  9. 32 Ladyhawke
    July 15, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    ===================JOY REID ON FREEDOM & FEAR==========================

    Joy Reid was the guest host for The ED Show on Sunday, July 14, 2013. In her closing commentary, Joy shares her thoughts on FREEDOM and FEAR in light of the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. This segment is beyond brilliant because it captures the cold hard truth in about three minutes. Please share far and wide.



  10. July 15, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    • 35 forus50
      July 15, 2013 at 1:19 pm

      Good. This is a big deal. The prosecution purposely selected a jury that was going find him not guilty. The state prosecution was very pissed off that the public demanded that Zimmerman be arrested and doubly pissed off that he had to be put on trial. Justice was NOT served and everyone who isn’t a racist knows that.

    • 36 MightyPamela
      July 15, 2013 at 1:58 pm

      Yes, indeed, and may it be that any money made on this entire horrid event be channeled to proper use, and not allow the wicked to profit from death of innocent children. So say I in prayer and sincerity.

      • 37 HZ
        July 15, 2013 at 3:39 pm

        (((((((((( Oh, most precious MightyPamela)))))))))))))), I am reading your words and tears are just flowing because your words touched the threads that run across my heart to gently about this same thought.

        “And may it be that any money made on this entire horrid event be channeled to proper use, and not allow the wicked to profit from death of innocent children, So say I in prayer and sincerity.”

        My heart just met yours and said,, ” I agree in prayer and sincerity also, MP.” Thanks for helping me to put my feeling of thoughts in a normal and gentle perspective, MightyPamela. Love you dear special sweet spirit.HZ

  11. 38 JER
    July 15, 2013 at 1:14 pm

    • 39 Bill
      July 15, 2013 at 1:22 pm

      He is 29 and was expelled from community college because he “posed a danger to the campus”. Maybe Pat Robertson will accept him to his law school.

  12. 40 forus50
    July 15, 2013 at 1:15 pm

    I’m sorry I can’t be magnanimous like POTUS and FLOTUS. GHWB sired two clueless idiots who have done untold damage to this country including the Stand Your Ground vigilante justice system.

    • July 15, 2013 at 2:13 pm

      He sired more than that. Can’t think of his name, but I read the book about the Silvarado Savings and Loan in Colorado. Daddy covered that up. Then there is a sex addict isn’t there? What I think of Points of Light. . .

  13. 42 Jovie
    July 15, 2013 at 1:16 pm

    Reid is going nuclear, McConell ain’t letting the NLRB nominees go through unless they are Republicans.
    Reid keeps telling him that, but McConell is a master of Spin.
    Man can this guy talk , Reid is really getting flustered.
    McConell is having fun twisting and manipulating. How do I know, he’s laughing while he’s talking.
    He’s having a blast!

    • 43 Anna
      July 15, 2013 at 1:40 pm

      So McConnell thinks this is all fun and games, another reason it is time for him to go, as if we need anymore reason to bounce him out on his arse.

  14. 44 utaustinliberal
    July 15, 2013 at 1:18 pm

    Shorter Barbara Bush to Pres. Obama: “Can I please please please please be your grandma?…your mom?….your sister? your best friend? your grandma?….PLEEEEEEEEEASE!”

    • July 15, 2013 at 1:20 pm

      So long as it wasn’t “lover”, UT!

      • 46 Don
        July 15, 2013 at 1:34 pm

        oh jesus! I just threw up in my mouth.

      • 48 isonprize
        July 15, 2013 at 1:35 pm

        Thank you Chica, for ALL that you and the other ‘blog tyrants’ do.

        I have told so many about this site. I have shown many the pictures of peaceful protests in cities and neighborhoods around the country in reaction to the results of the GZ trial. The outpouring of support for the Martin/Fulton family has been heartening. Something that has affected people, ALL KINDS OF PEOPLE, across the country — old, young, black, white, asian, hispanic, took time from their weekend to peacefully protest and show support for the life of a young black man, to show solidarity in caring for our nations youth — THAT IS NEWSWORTHY

        I have informed so many of the madness that is happening in Texas. The orange brigade of women (and the men who truly love and respect them!) walking peacefully to the Texas statehouse, women being shamed and embarrassed by being asked to “turn in” their tampons and pads. THAT IS NEWSWORTHY!!

        So thank you for doing what you really don’t have to do. Thank you for doing what the ‘US media” has abandoned all pretense of doing.

        THANK YOU to each and every one who has contributed to the sanity of this place.

        The US Media SUCKS!!! WE ARE THE NEW MEDIA!!

        • July 15, 2013 at 1:45 pm

          Thank yo so much Isonprize, and I completely understand your frustration with the media – the lack of coverage yesterday of the peaceful protests was particularly disgusting, when we all know how much there would have been if they’d got the riots they craved.

          • July 15, 2013 at 3:15 pm

            I had it out with ABCNEWS7 in San Francisco, who went on a rampage reporting only negative news about the protests. I thought there were major riots and bloodshed going on in Oakland, base don their reporting. when I called them out on their misleading reporting, they tried to cover it up by saying that their reporter had been “attacked”. I told them to look at their timeline over the last 24 hours and tell me that their reporting was fair and balanced. They never responded after that.

  15. 51 Jovie
    July 15, 2013 at 1:22 pm

    Btw- Judd Gregg is basically advising the Republican Senate on how to obstruct.
    That’s all you need to know.
    Meanwhile, on the state level they are taking away all of your rights.
    New world order…
    Soon, Democrats will be thrown into camps and maybe gas chambers. 🙂
    They literally hate us?

  16. 53 Bill
    July 15, 2013 at 1:28 pm

    Neil Bush is imitating GWB with Mrs. Greenspan.

  17. 55 forus50
    July 15, 2013 at 1:31 pm

  18. 56 vitaminlover
    July 15, 2013 at 1:31 pm

    Good afternoon my fellow TOD’ers.

    • 60 desertflower
      July 15, 2013 at 1:46 pm

      From the chat beside this link: BobbyFreedom1 @BarackObama u shld honor #trayvon by lowering black #unemploymentrate. #cbsnews #nbcnews #abcnews #cnn #msnbc #foxnews

      Someone needs some education about who to blame for this problem!

  19. 62 Bill R.
    July 15, 2013 at 1:43 pm

    In Jan. 1993 a volunteer organization I helped to start was awarded the 1002nd point of light by GHWB admin, just before Clinton took office. The organization was called Volunteers Involved for the Emotional Well-being of Seniors or VIEWS. It was a peer counseling program of emotional support. It lives still today. http://viewsoregon.org/

  20. July 15, 2013 at 1:47 pm

    Ugh, George HW’s whiny voice makes me squirm. Just thought I’d share that.

  21. 78 utaustinliberal
    July 15, 2013 at 1:49 pm

    • July 15, 2013 at 2:19 pm

      Note how carefully he treads.

      The restraint is mind-boggling.

      He and PBO are larger than life – and this shows why they *have* to be.

      • July 15, 2013 at 2:58 pm

        Totally agree with you! I don’t think President Obama has the luxury to say what he truly thinks! Neither does Eric Holder. They have to keep their comments within the confines of their roles.

        But that’s how it is, we elected President Obama to be PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. He’s not a civil rights leader, like MLK Jr was.

  22. 83 57andfemale
    July 15, 2013 at 2:04 pm

  23. 84 57andfemale
    July 15, 2013 at 2:08 pm

    “Reid wouldn’t answer speculation as to whether he would extend the rules change to judicial nominees or to legislation in the future. He said to “”look at what’s going on today, versus some hypothetical future.” At this point, he said, he has no intention of extending the rules change to judicial nominees. One of the issues in doing so would be having the majority of his caucus behind him, which he seems to have on this narrow rules change.”

    We can’t get anywhere while we have these awful DINO’s gumming up the works. It’s disgusting.

    • 85 nathkatun7
      July 15, 2013 at 5:41 pm

      I am sorry to say, but I think you are being unfair by calling people who don’t agree with you on the filibuster rule “DINO’s.” It seems to me that Senators have to consider the long-term impact of getting rid of the filibuster. If, god-forbid, the Democrats lose the Senate and Republicans gain the presidency in 2016, what’s to stop Republicans from enacting obnoxious laws including repealing the ACA? I know the retort is that the Republicans would get rid of the filibuster once they take control of the Senate. I grant you that’s possible, but not entirely a given. Guess what, once Republicans take over, and Democrats have lost the filibuster option to block obnoxious laws, the first people to attack Democrats, for not being farsighted, will be the so called pure Democrats. With all due respect, I regard, Patrick, Laehy, Carl Levin, Barbara Boxer, Diane Feinstein, and others who expressed reservation about getting rid of the filibuster rule to be real Democrats and not “DINOs.”

      • 86 57andfemale
        July 15, 2013 at 5:55 pm

        If Dem’s do nothing I guarantee you the filibuster as we know it will be GONE if Republicans ever get the majority. They will not allow us to have the same tool they have used to destroy PBO’s administration, our economy and common sense laws. They will neuter the minority.

        Never has the filibuster been so abused – it is without precedent and it requires some sort of remedy. It is naive for Feinstein, Boxer and the others to assume that we should just sit by and let 60 votes be the new normal for all Senate business, and not expect that rule to be jettisoned the minute Repubs ever get the Senate back (God forbid).

        Frankly, I would have preferred that Reid be able to actually lead his caucus and get Dem’s on board to support a Democratic agenda but Harry appears to be more interested in keeping their tiny special interests happy than an overall agenda. He’s a bookkeeper and not a leader.

        It is a crying shame that Republicans have abused a rule that has been respected for the entire history of our nation and now requires some remedy just so the duly elected President (by a landslide, twice) can staff his administration and undo the damage Bush did by stacking the courts. It’s un-American, its extra-constitutional and something has to give. Yes, it robs us of a remedy of our own, but I truly believe that remedy will never be available to Democrats, ever again when Republicans are in power.

        • 87 nathkatun7
          July 16, 2013 at 1:13 am

          So are you saying you know better and care more about the interest of the people and the Democratic party than Sens. Reid, Leahy Boxer, Levin, Feinstein, etc.? I know the Republicans have grossly abused the filibuster rule. At the same time, unlike the vast majority of TOD members who support you, I fully understand the reluctance of seasoned Democrats to entirely throw out the baby with the dirty bath water. Does that mean that I don’t want the Democrats to get rid of the filibuster now? Of course not. If they get rid of it I will understand and applaud them. If they decide to just limit the repeal on the President’s nominee, I will strongly support that too. What I strongly object too is the relentless demonization of Sen. Reid who has worked so hard on behalf of the President’s agenda with the most insane group of Republicans, and constant berating from Democrats. I also strongly object to the notion that Democrats have no backbone. This suggests their caution for being reluctant to do away with the filibuster has absolutely no merit. Unlike you, I avoid predicting with certainty what the Republicans will do once they are in the majority. I do know though that if the Republicans are thinking long term they will remember that they will not always be in the majority.

          • 88 57andfemale
            July 16, 2013 at 7:39 am

            God, stop making it so personal! Stop with the personal attacks. You don’t agree with me, fine. But I will not answer your personal attacks from now on. We have too many important battles to win than to turn on each other. We can agree to disagree but I will no longer enter into a conversation with you. there’s too much ugliness to fight in this country. I’m fighting battles I fought 50 years ago and I need to marshall my energy for battles against Republicans and emoprogrs.

            • 89 nathkatun7
              July 16, 2013 at 7:19 pm

              Can you please cite exactly which part of my response attacked you personally?

              • 90 57andfemale
                July 17, 2013 at 5:24 am

                “So are you saying you know better and care more about the interest of the people and the Democratic party than Sens. Reid, Leahy Boxer, Levin, Feinstein, etc.?”

                That part. I am not the only person who has been disappointed that Reid accepted handshake agreements with McConnell that were thrown in his face, making him look foolish. Abuse of the filibuster by Republicans has been nullification for PBO’s and the Democratic agenda and has been an outrageous assault on the traditions of the Senate, as well as our democracy in general. Something needed to be done over the last 5 years to stop this abuse.

                Harry had the support of his caucus, for once. And it wasn’t McConnell who blinked, it was John McCain who had a brief moment of clarity and decency.

  24. 91 desertflower
    July 15, 2013 at 2:15 pm


    George Zimmerman killed one boy, 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Although a Florida jury found Zimmerman not guilty, his attitude — that a young black male is an object suspicion and contempt — not only cost Martin his life but has infected the entire United States criminal justice system.
    Law Professor Michellle Alexander makes the point powerfully:
    It is the Zimmerman mindset that must be found guilty – far more than the man himself. It is a mindset that views black men and boys as nothing but a threat, good for nothing, up to no good no matter who they are or what they are doing. It is the Zimmerman mindset that has birthed a penal system unprecedented in world history, and relegated millions to a permanent undercaste.

  25. 92 desertflower
    July 15, 2013 at 2:18 pm


    Zimmerman’s lawyer chose instead to go to trial, once again declining to specifically raise “Stand Your Ground” as a defense and keeping the law out of the trial. But the principle’s irrelevance ended the moment the jury received their instructions for deciding the case. As Ta-Nehisi Coates reveals, the written instructions that sat with the jurors as they deliberated made very clear that under Florida law, a shooter has a right to stand his ground:

    If George Zimmerman was not engaged in an unlawful activity and was attacked in anyplace where he had a right to be, he had no duty to retreat and had the right to stand his ground and meet force with force, including deadly force if he reasonably believed that it was necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm to himself or another or to prevent the commission of a forcible felony.

    Since Zimmerman’s lawyers opted not to invoke Stand Your Ground as a defense, observers have characterized this case as a regular old “self-defense” case, rather than a “Stand Your Ground” case. But what these jury instructions make clear is that, in Florida, there is no longer an effective distinction. Stand Your Ground is the state’s self-defense law, whether or not a defendant opts to hold a hearing specifically on the question. In fact, this section on the “Justifiable Use of Deadly Force” is the only place in all 27 pages of jury instructions in which the phrase “self-defense” is used.

    • 93 sherijr
      July 15, 2013 at 2:55 pm

      I want to scream. Trayvon Martin was walking home, minding his own business, NOT engaging in anything illegal… and he was pursued, he was stalked, he was attacked and he was frightened, and he was murdered. Yet Zimmerman gets to skate on shit like “self defense” and “stand your ground”. I can’t believe folks are discussing this as if it makes any sense whatsoever. Not aimed at you df.. but at the whole crazy show. This is the Emporer with no clothes. this is insanity.

  26. 95 57andfemale
    July 15, 2013 at 2:30 pm

    • 96 desertflower
      July 15, 2013 at 2:34 pm

      Oh yes…I know this! Not only that, Brewer took money meant for desperate homeowners and “balanced” the budget with it….AG Horne (Mr. “Banned from the SEC FOR LIFE!) aids and abets and is not helpful informing homeowners of their eligibility and rights to this help. This place is crooked as they come. Big ole good old boys network…stinks to high heaven.

      • 97 desertflower
        July 15, 2013 at 2:37 pm

        I could tell my own personal story about this entire business….but, I won’t. Let’s just say, I have first hand knowledge of how they’ve played this game! Fortunately for my family, I don’t take no for an answer.

      • 98 57andfemale
        July 15, 2013 at 2:49 pm

        There should have been stringent restrictions on how the money could be used and a time frame for disbursal of funds. After the debacle of the stimulus, the homeowner’s fund should have had clearer restrictions.

        • 99 desertflower
          July 15, 2013 at 2:57 pm

          totally agreed…but it was left up to individual states’ specific needs….I could have put this program together better. Trust me. When the guys that sit behind a desk and aren’t affected…try to “help”…they ALWAYS fuck it up. Especially in AZ. That’s a fact.

          • 100 57andfemale
            July 15, 2013 at 3:05 pm

            Money for foreclosure relief should have been used for foreclosure relief. Call me crazy……

            Especially after the misuse of funds to prop up failing Republican administrations from the stimulus. Dem’s are too damned nice.

  27. 101 desertflower
    July 15, 2013 at 2:31 pm

    Anybody home???? 🙂

  28. 102 dotster3
    July 15, 2013 at 2:35 pm

    Arguably the looniest congressperson, and that’s a tough contest, Michele Bachmann, opines on the need to “spank the president”, and shares other deep, deep, twisted thoughts. Seems a little overly interested in spanking the president. One can only bang one’s head in disbelief that this person has been part of our government.
    She will be missed. Ha!

    • 103 desertflower
      July 15, 2013 at 2:39 pm

      One question. Marcus or PBO? THAT’S why this fantasy. She’s a freaking loon.

    • 104 Nena20409
      July 15, 2013 at 3:05 pm

      Again, another othering of a POTUS with a different pigmentation.

      Now had that been said by a Dem advocating for Bachmann to be spanked in any fashion?

      Spank? Perhaps she is wanting whipping? Like Black men were beaten during slavery? How wickedly ugly.

    • 105 anniebella
      July 15, 2013 at 4:21 pm

      Yes spank the little black boy. Show hm no respect. After all he’s not a man, our equal, he’s a boy that we must spank. To me it’s like in the old days, if some black man work for the white family, and you never call that black man Mister, you would call him Uncle before calling him Mister, you see Mister is showing respect.

  29. July 15, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    The Bush family makes my stomach turn. UGH. UGH. UGH.

  30. 116 desertflower
    July 15, 2013 at 2:55 pm


    Not too long ago, critics, mostly on the right, warned that the U.S. was going the way of Greece. Given the rising, massive deficits—$1.3 trillion in fiscal 2010, $1.3 trillion in fiscal 2011—and the inability to forge a grand bargain on deficit reduction, the U.S. would face an imminent debt crisis that would condemn America to terminal decline. The answer was to immediately embark on a program of austerity, and then rip up Social Security and Medicare—all while keeping taxes where they were. Alan Simpson and Erskine Bowles and countless others have made a career out of sounding the alarm.

    Of course, they were wrong. It’s possible to reduce the short-term deficit—dramatically—without destroying the social safety net, and without having a big Kumbaya moment. All you need is persistent growth, a willingness to tax, an end to two enormously expensive wars, spending restraint imposed by Congress, and a housing recovery. This year we’re getting all of that—and more.

    • 117 desertflower
      July 15, 2013 at 2:59 pm

      Sorry…one more snippet:) Chips…don’t bonk me!

      One of the most frustrating things about writing about fiscal policy over the last several years has been the failure of many people in the press and politics, including those who profess to specialize in the subject, to grasp that deficits are procyclical. When the economy is contracting, revenues fall sharply and spending on benefits and bailouts rises. So deficits can explode very quickly. That’s what happened in the 2008–11 period. But when the economy is expanding, revenues rise, spending on benefits declines, and money spent on bailouts comes back. So deficits can contract very quickly. That’s what is happening now.

  31. 120 sherijr
    July 15, 2013 at 2:56 pm

    Bushes. blech.

  32. 122 yardarm756
    July 15, 2013 at 3:04 pm

    OT but finally found what I’ve been looking for for several days. May be of value for some here. G’day all!

    • July 15, 2013 at 3:17 pm

      I understand this (I hope) – but are there “rules” when the roles are reversed ?

      My father was head of the financial department of the Amsterdam City Police; I remember reading once (35 years ago) in their monthly magazine about a police officer who originated from the Netherlands Antiles – he was outspoken about the (adverse) effects of affirmative action, because, in his words “this allowed any white person he had to pull over to question his credentials” -as in “well, you only got into this uniform because of …”.

      Therefore, when the roles are reversed, there probably also are “rules” – rules that are different. …

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