Archive for October 11th, 2012

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Oct
12

Joe the Awesome

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Oct
12

The VP Debate, Part 3

(Pete Souza)

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Oct
12

The VP Debate, Part 2

Close-up shot of Paul Ryan during the debate

C-Span

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Oct
12

The VP Debate

9:0 ET

C-Span

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Oct
12

Live now: President Obama in Miami

7:15 ET: President Obama delivers remarks at the JW Marriot Marquis, Miami

CNN * CBS 1 * CBS 2

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Oct
12

The University of Miami

From “Severely Conservative” to “Severely Kidding”:

11
Oct
12

Heads Up: President Obama at the University of Miami

3:25 ET (approx): President Obama delivers remarks at the University of Miami in Coral Gables

C-Span * Livestream * CBS 1 * CBS 2 * CNN

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Later:

6:55: President Obama delivers remarks at the JW Marriot Marquis, Miami

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Huuuuuuuuge apologies again, I’m so far behind replying to emails it’s embarrassing – to everyone who has been in touch, so sorry, will reply soon.

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Oct
12

Chat away

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Chat away, back in a while 😉

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Oct
12

Rise and Shine

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All times ET

11:55: President Obama departs the White House

2:35: Arrives in Miami

3:25: Delivers remarks at the University of Miami in Coral Gables

6:55: Delivers remarks at the JW Marriot Marquis, Miami

8:05: Departs Miami

9:0 The Vice Presidential Debate

10:30: PBO arrives at the White House

* Michelle Obama speaks in Castle Rock, Colorado today – don’t know the time yet *

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ABC

You can see the interview here

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NYT: …. When Americans go to the polls next month, they will cast a vote not just for president but for one of two profoundly different visions for the future of the country’s health care system. With an Obama victory on Nov. 6, the president’s signature health care law – including the contentious requirement that most Americans obtain health insurance or pay a tax penalty – will almost certainly come into full force, becoming the largest expansion of the safety net since President Lyndon B. Johnson pushed through his Great Society programs almost half a century ago.

If Mr. Romney wins and Republicans capture the Senate, much of the law could be repealed – or its financing cut back – and the president’s goal of achieving near-universal coverage could take a back seat to Mr. Romney’s top priority, controlling medical costs.

Given the starkness of the choice, historians and policy makers believe this election could be the most significant referendum on a piece of social legislation since 1936, when the Republican Alf M. Landon ran against Franklin D. Roosevelt and his New Deal programs….

Full article here

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