December 19th, 2011
06:21 AM ET
POTUS's Day Ahead: Jong Il's death, key House vote
President Obama's official schedule Monday is precariously thin - there are no public events scheduled. The schedule was released before the news of North Korea's Kim Jong Il's death broke, so it's more than likely we will see the president in some form today.
The White House must also keep a close eye on Capitol Hill, where House Republicans are likely to vote down an extension of the payroll tax holiday that the Senate passed Friday.
Meanwhile, the president was supposed to depart for his holiday vacation in Hawaii over the weekend. It remains to be seen when Obama will now be able to get out of town.
Full schedule after the jump:
It is time to take out the threat of north korea forever.... Before the next crazed leader can takes control, we need to finished the this war once and for all...
While I don't know what the right answer is I'm pretty sure your solution isn't it. The fallout could kill millions to include the Japanese, the South Koreans, not to mention some in China, Russia and the innocent in North Korea and our troops! I think the military option train has long departed! Probably died with MacArthur!
While I don't know what the right answer is I'm pretty sure your solution isn't it. The fallout could kill millions to include the
Ja-pa-nese, the South Koreans, not to mention some in China, Russia and the innocent in North Korea and our troops! I think the military option train has long departed! Probably died with MacArthur!
How come my day is far busier than the President's?
Care to explain the INNOCENTS left
after the NUKE MISSLEs leave North Korea,
or the innocents receiving the North Korean Missles?
Which innocents do you want to protect?
The Innocents that are firing the Nukes,,, or the Innocents where the Nukes Land????
If the North Koreans were allowed to
Farm their Land,
have Ownership Rights,,,
have the right to
Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness,,,
THEN THEY MAY FIT IN to the rest of the WORLD!
Otherwise, they have to fight each other like they did in Europe and Asia in the OLD CENTURY,,,
Just sain', theEuropeans and Asians used to fight a lot! (WINK)
and the Jap-en-ese
may want to n-u-ke the others!
We just have to sit by and support our Pacific Ally (and our Middle East Ally)
My answer is under the "Obama calls South Korea's Lee" story!