May 13th, 2011
08:11 AM ET
POTUS schedule Friday, May 13
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama has a high profile meeting with NATO's Secretary General. There will be no press coverage of the meeting, but the White House is sure to release at some point a photo and video taken by White House staff. Press Secretary Jay Carney will convene an off-camera gaggle later this morning.
Schedule released by the White House after the jump.
9:30AM THE PRESIDENT receives the Presidential Daily Briefing (Oval Office/Closed Press)
10:10AM THE PRESIDENT meets with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen (Oval Office/Closed Press)
11:30AM Press Secretary Jay Carney will convene an off-camera gaggle in the Brady Press Briefing Room
Some AMERICANS believe in giving credit where credit is due. It's not just about making the 'feel good'; it's more about acknowledging the origin of the basis of our space proram's success. It's also an offering of appreciation to their contributions and participation in that success! I know it's hard for some haters to understand this concept, or even to acknowledge just due, without tearing it down and picking it apart!. However, that's the world we live in; a dismissive, hate-filled, begrudging world.
Yes we should give credit, but please explain why we have to stop our space program? Are we not able to continue our exploration and give credit at the same time?
Oooops! My above comment was meant to be posted under 'Whitehouse In Review' May 13, 2011. Please forgive me.