New Hampshire, October 27 (Photos by Scout Tufankjian for Obama for America)
Mooooooooorning everyone. It’s another busy-ish Sunday, but I’ll drop in and out through the day and will update with newsie stuff later.
It’s a comical notion, but if by any chance Chelsea beat Manchester United today – – UT and LL’s comments will go straight to spam until around, ooooh, August 2017. Just letting you know, in case you’re wondering where they’ve gone.
PS Sorry again for not replying yet to a bunch of emails, just didn’t get a chance yesterday. Will do asap!
Elm Street Middle School, Nashua, New Hampshire (Jonathan Ernst, Reuters)
Sunday: The President leaves for Orlando, Florida.
Monday: Campaign events in Orlando, Youngstown, Ohio and Prince William County, Virginia. The President returns to Washington, DC in the evening.
Tuesday: Campaign events in Colorado Springs and Green Bay, Wisconsin. The President will then travel to Ohio where he will stay overnight.
Wednesday: Campaign events in Cincinnati and Akron. In the evening, the President and the First Lady will welcome local children and children of military families to trick-or-treat at the North Portico of the White House.
Patch: An estimated 8,500 Obama supporters fleshed out the grassy knoll in front of Elm Street School Saturday for a stop by President Obama.
That number, provided by Nashua Fire Marshal Cynthia Bautista, could make this the largest political rally in New Hampshire history, beating Oprah/Obama in 2007, according to WMUR political analyst James Pindell.
Justin Kates, Nashua’s Director of Emergency Management said another 400 were turned away at the gate once the space was to capacity….
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden talk following a meeting in the Oval Office, March 2 (Pete Souza)
A gazillion thank yous to HZ for her wonderful comment (turned-in-to-a-post today at Tien Le’s excellent suggestion) – it was a joyful, constructive, positive breath of fresh air in the middle of all today’s madness. You’re a gem, HZ.
Robert Shrum: After Mini-Mitt’s diminutive three-point Michigan “triumph,” which was a little like a Roman general being hailed for a near defeat, how important is Ohio? To put it in Santorian terms, it could be apocalypse two; once more, as in Michigan, Mitt will have to avert the sun darkening and the sky falling on his presidential campaign.
President Barack Obama is introduced by Sec. of Interior Ken Salazar before delivering remarks at a conservation event at the U.S. Dept. of Interior in Washington, March, 2
President Barack Obama walks across the South Lawn upon his return to the White House after visiting wounded service members at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland
Mitt Romney holds up a baby from the audience at a campaign rally at Cleveland State University, March 2
Rick Santorum speaks during a campaign stop at Chillicothe High School on March 2, 2012 in Chillicothe, Ohio
First Lady Michelle Obama embraces members of the Johnson C. Smith ladies’ basketball team during a “Let’s Move!” physical fitness promotion between games at the CIAA basketball tournament in Charlotte, N.C.
TOD is up and running on YouTube again after today’s little, eh, setback. Just click the YouTube logo third from the top in the right sidebar and it’ll take you to the channel. I’ll add more of the old videos over the next few days. Hey, this YouTube channel might disappear too …. if it does, well, we’ll just start up another one