Obama Holds Up LA (traffic that is)...

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  1. righteousdude2

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    ...during his most-recent trip to LA for a campaign fund raiser.

    SEE:http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-obama-manufacturing-20120216,0,7008957.story

    This is becoming a common occurrence when it comes to Obama. He seems to schedule visits to LA on week days, and his agenda calls for him to navigate our streets at the busiest time during the day, which makes it a nightmare for residents getting off work and heading home. :BangHead:

    Why can't he plan these visits for weekends, or if it's necessary to visit on a weekday, why does he not adjust his schedule to avoid traffic, making it a nightmare for those who live here? :BangHead:

    It is called being courteous. Other POTUSs have done it this way, but, not Barrack. He seems to crave being seen even if it makes many of those who see him even angrier for the grid lock his motorcade causes. :type:
     
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  2. bacustic

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    which president's have scheduled their visits at other times and when?
     
  3. InTheLight

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    Traffic jams in L.A. Oh my!

    STOP THE PRESSES! This is huge news! Way, way, much bigger than Obama's 4th consecutive $1 Trillion plus budget deficit.
     
  4. billwald

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    It has been Secret Service SOP for at least 45 years, probably since Kennedy was killed.
     

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