128 Responses to “President Obama Delivers Remarks On the Administration’s Approach To Counterterrorism”

  1. 1 GGail
    December 6, 2016 at 4:03 pm

    Thank you NW {{{{hugs}}}}

  2. 5 GGail
    December 6, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    OBL is dead.
    Thank you PBO

    He is speaking truth!

  3. 6 desertflower
    December 6, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    He’s teaching history class right now. Doing a damn good job.

    • 7 carolyn
      December 6, 2016 at 4:44 pm

      The entire country needs this history lesson! So much willful ignorance about what we are and how we got here. I bet he will do A LOT of teaching after January 20.

      Bob, re your comments on previous threads: Do you think Biden’s “announcement” about 2020 is a diversionary tactic to get the talking heads yakking while events take place quietly? I know that whenever PBO goes quiet during a time when others are yelling, that interesting things always happen.

  4. 8 Bill R.
    December 6, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    God bless President Barack Obama. You are a shining example of what is best in our country and the world

  5. 10 desertflower
    December 6, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    The larger the gap gets, the more sick I feel

  6. 11 catrst
    December 6, 2016 at 4:44 pm

    Thank you for posting this. President Obama is speaking such truth it is almost overwhelming. I hope this will be played over and over again as people try to live through and cope with the coming obscenity that is Trump’s reign of corruption and fascism.

  7. 12 GGail
    December 6, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    TODers – try it. You will discover that it is cathartic.
    http://Www.asktheelectors.org is a simple tool to reach out to electors directly — use it to voice your concerns, and offer your support and thanks for their conscientious votes for Hillary Clinton.

    • 13 carolyn
      December 6, 2016 at 5:59 pm

      I did this. You’re right, it felt GOOD! Thank you for providing this address.

    • 15 carolyn
      December 6, 2016 at 6:01 pm

      I did it Gail. You’re right, it felt good. Thanks for providing the address.

    • 18 whenpamelawandered
      December 6, 2016 at 9:41 pm

      And if you have done this, in heartfelt sincerity, you will have received the auto-response from the office of L. Scott Mann in Texas, basically saying too effing bad for you, I am voting for #donthecon because I am an idiot. So there. What a loser.

      • 19 GGail
        December 6, 2016 at 9:55 pm

        Pamela, I received a “thank you” email from team@asktheelectors. My letter is posted on the site for viewing.

        • 20 whenpamelawandered
          December 7, 2016 at 10:57 am

          You were luckier than I, GGail! I lost many hours of much needed sleep and rest, after reading this empty and unconcerned response from an elector. I do have a reply formulating in my brain, however, and will send it, knowing he won’t read it and it will make no difference. 🕉

  8. 21 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 5:05 pm

  9. 26 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 5:32 pm

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  11. 28 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 6:14 pm

  12. 31 dee
    December 6, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    I am grateful to have been part of this blog. Grateful we have a president of this caliber. PLEASE electors do the right thing, and save us from the trauma of a Trump presidency.

  13. 32 globalcitizenlinda
    December 6, 2016 at 6:39 pm

    someone might need to hear this;

  14. 33 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 7:27 pm

  15. 34 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    Pete Souza — President Obama listens to the National Anthem backstage before making remarks today at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida.

  16. 36 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    Pete Souza — President Obama makes remarks today on national security at MacDill Air Force Base in Florida.

  17. 38 Roberta in MN
    December 6, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    Just finished watching his speech. POTUS was awesome as usual. He definitely put it out there and let the Donald know what he has to do .

  18. 39 Roberta in MN
    December 6, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    Thank you Nerdy, I have been lurking for awhile. My mind has been working overtime and I can’t type as fast as the little pea brain is working. I am just trying to keep myself calm. Thank you for keeping this sight going and Thank you to all the TOD family here that keep us in tune. (((hugs))) to you all.

  19. 40 ouapiti
    December 6, 2016 at 7:54 pm

    Every time I hear our President speak and learn from his wisdom, humanity, compassion and belief our country, I feel so grateful to have lived during the Obama era. And I fear for what is ahead of us, but I do believe that the Obamas are not done leading this country, and that perhaps they will be freer to share their vision and strengths when they are not constrained by being POTUS and FLOTUS. They are incomparable.

  20. 42 Nerdy Wonka
    December 6, 2016 at 8:24 pm

  21. 43 globalcitizenlinda
    December 6, 2016 at 8:38 pm

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  23. 49 vcprezofan2
    December 6, 2016 at 10:06 pm

    Hi, everyone!

    I don’t remember hearing this – did you? And is it still on?

    U.S. Vice President Joe Biden to visit Canada
    NewsU.S. Vice President Joe Biden to visit Canada

    Ottawa, Ontario
    November 29, 2016
    The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, today officially announced that Joe Biden, Vice President of the United States of America, will undertake an official visit to Canada on December 8 and 9, 2016.

    During his visit, Vice President Biden will attend an official dinner in his honour and meet with Prime Minister Trudeau.


    “I look forward to meeting with Vice President Biden and discussing the strength of our two countries’ relationship. Canada has no closer friend, partner, and ally than the U.S., and our relationship with our neighbour to the south is critical to citizens on both sides of the border.”
    – Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

    • 50 vcprezofan2
      December 6, 2016 at 10:20 pm

      I went looking through PM Trudeau’s TL, and sure enough there was a tweet on the subject. [Man, I hate being out of the loop, but at least I caught it before the visit (tho too late to get myself to our “Capitol Hill”)! 😀 ]

  24. 54 jacquelineoboomer
    December 6, 2016 at 10:13 pm

  25. 55 vcprezofan2
    December 6, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    ‘Old’ news, but hey, it looks like happy news so it’s welcomed. [Of course, the situation reminds me of another leader….;) ]

  26. December 6, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    Howdy folks! Hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving 🙂

    I’m still amazed by this video….a little of the backstory (the guy is actually a zookeeper)

    “…IT’S been dubbed the most Aussie video you’ll ever see — a man dressed in a flanno squaring off with a big roo in the rugged Australian bush. Overnight, the footage of zookeeper Greig Tonkins went viral after the kangaroo put his hunting dog Max in a vicious headlock. But while the world has been caught up in the #Straya of the toe-to-toe, there’s much more to the story than meets the eye. “This hunting trip was put together for a sick young man called Kailem who passed away from cancer last week,” said Mathew Amor, who organized the hunting trip in June when the incident occurred. Mr Amor told news.com.au he decided to organize a small group of friends, including Kailem and Greig Tonkins, to go on the boar hunting trip at his property in Condobolin, New South Wales, after hearing about Kailem’s deteriorating condition.
    “Basically Kailem wanted to catch a boar,” Mr Amor said. “And so a few of us got together to take him out, and another mate filmed more than an hour of video to put together as a DVD for Kailem and his family of the trip.” The DVD included the minute of footage that has since gone viral.

    …“My mate has a good government job, so he’s gone pretty quiet on this,” Mr Amor laughed. “We were driving along, the dogs are loose. They are trained to smell pig’s blood, and picked up a scent. “The dogs went past 20 kangaroos, which they are trained not to touch. “Anyway, this big buck got a hold of my friend’s dog. It just grabbed him.” It’s been confirmed that Mr Tonkins is a zookeeper at Taronga’s Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo. “Taronga Western Plains Zoo can confirm that Greig Tonkins is an employee at Taronga Western Plains Zoo,” a spokesperson for the zoo said in a statement. “Good animal welfare and the protection of Australian wildlife are of the utmost importance to Taronga…Mr Amor said while he hadn’t seen anything like it before, a few older hunter’s had witnessed kangaroos behave in a similar way out in the wild before. “He [hunter] went in to save the dog but when the roo turned towards him, he stood his ground as well until all the dogs were safe,” Mr Amor said. “The dog Max was fine, just startled because the kangaroo had a hold of him.” Mr Amor said the dog got away unscathed thanks to a chest plate, which usually protects them from boar tusks. But as for the kangaroo? “My mate only stunned it,” Mr Amor said. “His hand was OK, he didn’t hit it very hard at all. “It was funny because the guy who did it is the most placid bloke. We laughed at him for chucking such a sh*t punch.”

  27. 59 Bill R.
    December 6, 2016 at 10:30 pm

  28. 61 jacquelineoboomer
    December 6, 2016 at 10:34 pm

  29. 62 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 10:48 pm

    View this post on Instagram

    “We are a nation that stands for the rule of law, and strengthens the laws of war. When the Nazis were defeated, we put them on trial. Some couldn’t understand that; it had never happened before. But as one of the American lawyers who was at Nuremberg says, ‘I was trying to prove that the rule of law should govern human behavior.’ And by doing so, we broadened the scope and reach of justice around the world. We held ourselves out as a beacon and an example for others. We are a nation that won World Wars without grabbing the resources of those we defeated. We helped them rebuild. We didn't hold on to territory, other than the cemeteries where we buried our dead. Our Greatest Generation fought and bled and died to build an international order of laws and institutions that could preserve the peace, and extend prosperity, and promote cooperation among nations. And for all of its imperfections, we depend on that international order to protect our own freedom. In other words, we are a nation that at our best has been defined by hope, and not fear. A country that went through the crucible of a Civil War to offer a new birth of freedom; that stormed the beaches of Normandy, climbed the hills of Iwo Jima; that saw ordinary people mobilize to extend the meaning of civil rights. That's who we are. That's what makes us stronger than any act of terror. Remember that history. Remember what that flag stands for. For we depend upon you—the heirs to that legacy—our men and women in uniform, and the citizens who support you, to carry forward what is best in us—that commitment to a common creed. The confidence that right makes might, not the other way around.” —President Obama to America’s service members on how he worked to fulfill his number one responsibility as Commander-in-Chief: keeping the American people safe

    A post shared by The Obama White House (@obamawhitehouse) on

  30. 64 vcprezofan2
    December 6, 2016 at 10:54 pm

    Just because….

  31. 69 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 10:59 pm

  32. 75 JER
    December 6, 2016 at 11:17 pm

  33. 76 arapaho415
    December 6, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    GE TODville.

    Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse (peddling propaganda via fake news, actual “news” peddling DJT propaganda, etc.,) there’s this, that will keep those of us old enough to remember the Cold War awake at night:

    Pleasant dreams 😦 …

    • 77 jacquelineoboomer
      December 7, 2016 at 12:19 am

      Ugh. I definitely remember the Cold War years. And I remember as a little kid (when we were having air raid drills in school), actually dreaming “the dirty rotten Commies” were coming down our street one night, to kill my family.

      I really despise Trump. Normally, I don’t waste my time despising anybody. If one is going to make an exception, he’s it.

  34. 78 jacquelineoboomer
    December 6, 2016 at 11:24 pm

    • 79 jacquelineoboomer
      December 6, 2016 at 11:28 pm

    • 80 jacquelineoboomer
      December 7, 2016 at 12:14 am

      By the way, here’s info on the history of the “Blackened Canteen Ceremony,” from last year’s commemoration:

      “This ceremony is co-hosted by the National Park Service and Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. Dr. Hiroya Sugano has been conducting this act of reconciliation with the National Park Service at the USS Arizona Memorial for last 20 years. The blackened canteen is a recovered relic from a B-29 bomber that collided with another B-29 over the city of Shizuoka, Japan in 1945. Twenty-three American airmen were killed. The American dead were buried among the Japanese citizens of Shizuoka who were killed during the bombing raid. At the Memorial, prayers will be extended for the dead and an offering of peace will be displayed by the pouring of whiskey from the canteen into the hallowed waters of Pearl Harbor.”

      Click to access FinalDecember7Events2015.pdf

  35. 81 FoxfireTX
    December 7, 2016 at 12:27 am

  36. 83 jacquelineoboomer
    December 7, 2016 at 12:40 am

    The Republican “free enterprise system,” that isn’t free.

  37. 84 jacquelineoboomer
    December 7, 2016 at 12:46 am

  38. 85 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 7:39 am

    Morning everyone:) Had to go back and find this, but going to post it here again AND on the next thread so that everyone reading can see this info and TAKE ACTION!! We need to be proactive about this. No time for complacency or fear…JUST DO IT

    Bobfr (@Our4thEstate)
    December 6, 2016 at 3:13 pm
    “Fortunately, resources exist to help us, right now. http://Www.asktheelectors.org is a simple tool to reach out to electors directly — use it to voice your concerns, and offer your support and thanks for their conscientious votes for Hillary Clinton. Sign a petition at Change.org, and share it on social media. Join in any public protest. And take every opportunity to speak honestly and earnestly to friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers, urging them all to join you in the fight for our shared future. If you are a Democrat, remind your Republican friends that if Trump had run as a Democrat — something he could have chosen to do – you’d be making the same argument. This isn’t about party. It’s about survival.”

    This article has 44000+ “likes” and it was posted less than 24 h ago.

    December 6, 2016 at 3:30 pm
    Bob, do you think this website will be helpful? http://directelection.org
    It’s from a tweet that RanMan posted on the previous thread. The directelection.org website provides a form letter already created for various States and all one has to do is copy, print, and mail. This is something EVERYONE is capable of doing.

    Jeff Strabone @jeffstrabone
    Josh, I’ve made a website to make writing letters to the #ElectoralCollege easy:


    As VC stated, what *we* can do is to be proactive and positive.

    I know for a fact that “wishing and hoping” will not remove DT on December 19, 2016.

    • December 7, 2016 at 10:40 am

      Once again….i have discovered new things….although i have always known about the electoral college…i never REALLY knew about the college…who they are or what they do….but since i have done this action around the electoral college i have discovered that as large as Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are in the state….there is only one elector from Philadelphia and none from Pittsburgh…will get a map of PA to see just where these electors come from….

      damn…there is so much i still have yet to learn..

  39. 87 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 7:44 am

    Bill Moyers has a thought


    Imagine that a day or two before Donald Trump’s inauguration, Hillary Clinton, as the candidate who received the greatest number of votes — and after a period of personal reflection and evaluation — addresses the nation.

    My Fellow Americans:

    On Saturday, January 20th, Donald Trump will be inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States. As mandated by our Constitution, he received a majority of the votes in the Electoral College and thus for the next four years will be given the powers and responsibilities of our nation’s chief executive.

    But I believe that I, too, have a mandate, one given to me by the 65 million of you who supported me over Donald Trump in the popular vote, some 2.6 million votes more than he received.

    If we are to continue as a democracy, for the next four years and beyond, those voices cannot stay silent.

    I urge every one of you who voted for me to help express that mandate and make sure our voices are heard. As each of them comes up for re-election, we will field candidates to run against Donald Trump and his friends in Congress and the statehouses, and we will run against them hard. But until then, let us prepare by joining together as a movement and creating the constituency of what will be, in effect, a shadow government — one that will serve to track and respond to every single bad action undertaken by the Trump administration and its monolithic Congress.

  40. 88 globalcitizenlinda
    December 7, 2016 at 7:58 am

    good morning everyone!

    have a fantastic day

  41. 89 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 8:02 am


    … According to the Brookings analysis, the less-than-500 counties that Clinton won nationwide combined to generate 64 percent of America’s economic activity in 2015. The more-than-2,600 counties that Trump won combined to generate 36 percent of the country’s economic activity last year.

    Clinton, in other words, carried nearly two-thirds of the American economy.

    This appears to be unprecedented, in the era of modern economic statistics, for a losing presidential candidate. The last candidate to win the popular vote but lose the electoral college, Democrat Al Gore in 2000, won counties that generated about 54 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, the Brookings researchers calculated. That’s true even though Gore won more than 100 more counties in 2000 than Clinton did in 2016.

    In between those elections, U.S. economic activity has grown increasingly concentrated in large, “superstar” metro areas, such as Silicon Valley and New York.

    But it’s not the case that the counties Clinton won have grown richer at the expense of the rest of the country — they represent about the same share of the economy today as they did in 2000. Instead, it appears that, compared to Gore, Clinton was much more successful in winning over the most successful counties in a geographically unbalanced economy.

    The Brookings analysis found that counties with higher GDP per capita were more likely to vote for Clinton over Trump, as were counties with higher population density. Counties with a higher share of manufacturing employment were more likely to vote for Trump.

    “This is a picture of a very polarized and increasingly concentrated economy,” said Mark Muro, the policy director at the Brookings metro program, “with the Democratic base aligning more to that more concentrated modern economy, but a lot of votes and anger to be had in the rest of the country.”…

  42. 90 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 8:08 am

    Can’t WAIT to see what DT tweets about himself making “Person of the Year”

  43. 93 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 8:13 am


    To many white Trump voters, the problem wasn’t her economic stance, but the larger vision—a multi-ethnic social democracy—that it was a part of.


    • 94 desertflower
      December 7, 2016 at 8:19 am

      The more frightening possibility for liberals is that Clinton didn’t lose because the white working class failed to hear her message, but precisely because they did hear it.

      Trump’s white voters do support the mommy state, but only so long as it’s mothering them. Most of them don’t seem eager to change Medicare or Social Security, but they’re fine with repealing Obamacare and its more diverse pool of 20 million insured people. They’re happy for the government to pick winners and losers, so long as beleaguered coal and manufacturing companies are in the winner’s circle. Massive deficit-financed spending on infrastructure? Under Obama, that was dangerous government overreach, but under Trump, it’s a jobs plan by a guy they know won’t let Muslims and Mexicans cut in line to get work renovating highways and airports.

      Read the entire thing.

      • December 7, 2016 at 8:31 am

        critics..pundits…etc…are falling all over themselves trying to give any explanation other than racism……because they do not want to deal with the issues of racism…white supremacy…white privilege…and how the GOP has played white workers for the fools that they are…the Southern Strategy….is alive and well

      • December 7, 2016 at 8:34 am

        this is an interesting passage from the article:

        Nobody has really figured out how to be an effective messenger for pluralist social democracy, except, perhaps, for one of the few American adults who is legally barred from running for the U.S. presidency in the future.

        So, the country is wobbling between two extremely different futures: pluralist social democracy on the one hand, and white nativist protectionism on the other. The election’s bizarre schism, with Clinton winning the popular vote and Trump winning the electoral college, is a sign of how razor-thin the margin between those dramatically opposed futures is.


        what is interesting to me…is how pundits of today make like this is a new thing…there have always been two Americas…

    • December 7, 2016 at 8:28 am

  44. December 7, 2016 at 8:48 am

    Thanks to Bob…

    i want to re-post these tweets…about action around the electoral college…please take the time and join this call to action

  45. 105 desertflower
    December 7, 2016 at 8:52 am

    I love my President.

  46. December 7, 2016 at 9:25 am

    Be sure to check out POTUS and FLOTUS interview with People Magazine. I have got to get that and the December issue of Vogue with FLOTUS on the cover and Rolling Stone with POTUS on the cover.

  47. 108 Gazelle
    December 7, 2016 at 9:45 am

    […..] The new analysis warns that repealing major parts of the health law without a clear replacement could upend the health insurance market for people buying their coverage directly, outside of the workplace. That group has grown substantially under the health care law, but also includes millions of other customers.

    The study found that 22.5 million people would lose coverage directly due to repeal of the law’s subsidies, Medicaid expansion, and its individual requirement to carry health insurance.

    Another 7.3 million would become uninsured because of the ripple effects of market upheavals. That could happen if insurers lose confidence in the Republican promise of a replacement and abandon the individual market. A key industry worry is that a repeal law would get rid of subsidies and mandates but still leave insurers on the hook for covering people with health problems.

    The number of uninsured people would rise to nearly 59 million in 2019, and the nation would have a higher uninsured rate than when the ACA passed in 2010, the study found.

    Federal and state governments would save tens of billions of dollars, but the potential price would be social dislocation and a political backlash.

    “This scenario does not just move the country back to the situation before the ACA,” the study concluded. “It moves the country to a situation with higher uninsurance rates than was the case before the ACA’s reforms. […..]

    More here: https://apnews.com/a22f1396d0d5487a9ba71d6dcef1d0de

  48. 109 JER
    December 7, 2016 at 9:58 am

    Good Morning Everybody.

  49. 111 JER
    December 7, 2016 at 10:35 am

    Vice President Joe Biden, AAU President Mary Sue Coleman to speak at inauguration ceremony.

  50. 112 jacquelineoboomer
    December 7, 2016 at 10:48 am

  51. December 7, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Good morning TOD …

    This man is RISKING HIS LIFE to save America … what are YOU DOING ….

  52. December 7, 2016 at 11:02 am

    For Republicans, Being Anti-Science is a Feature, Not a Bug
    They ultimately want to prove that government is a problem, not a solution.

    by Nancy LeTourneau
    December 7, 2016 10:36 AM

    It is hard to imagine two people more polar opposite than Barack Obama and Donald Trump. Perhaps someone will eventually write a book comparing these two men because that is what it would take to adequately explain the myriad ways that they are mirror images of one another. But I’d like to take just a moment today to zero in on one big difference that could have a dramatic effect – not only on how our federal government works – but how it will affect the American public.

    One of the things that is not often mentioned about our current president is that he is a genuine science nerd. We’ve seen that in myriad ways over the course of the last eight years – most notably in how he has done so many things to inspire young people to study science. A couple of months ago, Obama was the guest-editor of WIRED magazine. In his editor’s note, he explained his love of science.

    I love this stuff. Always have. It’s why my favorite movie of last year was The Martian. Of course, I’m predisposed to love any movie where Americans defy the odds and inspire the world. But what really grabbed me about the film is that it shows how humans—through our ingenuity, our commitment to fact and reason, and ultimately our faith in each other—can science the heck out of just about any problem.

    When it comes to governing and policymaking, that is why you’ll find this statement on the web site of the Office of Budget and Management:

    The Administration is committed to a broad-based set of activities to better integrate evidence and rigorous evaluation in budget, management, operational, and policy decisions, including through: (1) making better use of data already collected by government agencies; (2) promoting the use of high-quality, low-cost evaluations and rapid, iterative experimentation in addition to larger evaluations examining long-term outcomes; (3) adopting more evidence-based structures for grant programs; and (4) building agency evaluation evidence-building capacity and developing tools to better communicate what works.

    This is an example of how President Obama is less driven by ideology than he is by pragmatism. His statements to Republicans over the years about his willingness to consider their proposals if they could demonstrate their effectiveness was not so much a kumbaya call to bipartisanship as it was an attempt to call them out. He knew their only plan was obstruction and that they didn’t really have any pragmatic solutions (see: Obamacare).

  53. 120 jacquelineoboomer
    December 7, 2016 at 11:03 am

  54. December 7, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Why we will miss President Barack Obama.

    It’s as if we were fed Prime Rib the past 8 years, and now they tell us, beginning January 20, 2017, our meals will come out of the garbage can.

  55. 122 globalcitizenlinda
    December 7, 2016 at 11:31 am

  56. 123 itgurl_29
    December 7, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Y’all, there’s a 27 minute video of the People magazine interview!


  57. 125 jacquelineoboomer
    December 7, 2016 at 11:40 am

  58. 127 JER
    December 7, 2016 at 11:54 am

  59. 128 Obama Grandmama
    December 7, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    Spoiled! Now we go from the very best, respectful, informed, intelligent, pragmatic decision maker to the worst in an insulting disparaging, uninformed by choice, conspiracy spreader, dictorial self consumed leader.

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