President Barack Obama walks down the stairs of Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Thursday, Feb. 3
“Walks”?! As Barb noted in the previous post, the step-running thing is still happening – our pleas have fallen on deaf ears!! I hope my mother doesn’t spot this photo :???: 😆
President Barack Obama waves upon returning at the White House on February 3 from Pennsylvania
He actually made a trip to Penn today and apparently not even one word about it on the news.
Funny Barb and Chipsticks…LOL!!! I often find myself thinking “please, please, please be careful Mr. President” LOL!
the step running thing has me sooooo nervous!!! Maybe we need to talk to Michelle? : )
I know, I pray every time I see him jogging down the steps. Maybe we do need to send Michelle a note.
No need to send Michelle a note because they both run up the steps.
Don’t worry my two sons are in that forty-something age group and if I hear them slowly walk down the steps I know something is wrong.
They just can’t wait to get things going.
IF YOU ALL HAD MICHELLE AT HOME…YOU’D BE RUNNING TOO!!!!!…LOLLLLL….OBAMA LOVE ALWAYS IN BLOOM!
I worry alot bit as well, but I think our President is far to focused to allow his body to get ahead of his brain. And that I believe is when accidents happen. For us worry warts, lets keep our fingers crossed, just in case.
Step running thing, I love. Lol. And I enjoy watching him climb those steps to make a speech.
When I was in DC, I saw plenty of people running up and down the escalators to the subway, and then I realized why the President feels so comfortable running down the steps from the plane. Because he’s so used to running down those long escalator steps. Although I now understand it, it doesn’t make it any easier to watch.
What!!!!………Our President is walking down the steps but OH NO….he is reading his blacberry at the same time.
Please don’t tell your mother Chipsticks.
He needs some gloves on those hands!
I don’t mind seeing him run up and down steps…it presents the image of a youthful, vibrant President; full of energy and life leading us toward a hopeful and exciting future. We should all feel good about that…
Scares me to death every time he runs down the steps of that plane — I am always saying under my breath “Hold on to the railing! Hold on to the railing!” Yes, I know he’s young and athletic and I love that, but the mom in me wants him to HOLD ON so he doesn’t take a tumble!
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