Cause we all know, Bam works so hard between golfing and hosting parties. He is a tired President who just came back from a Central American tour.
From the Obama water carriers over at the NYTimes:
President Obama has some real motivation for getting a budget deal: his family vacation.
Anyone know how many vacations Obama has taken since the Democrats refused to pass a 2010 budget? October 1, 2010 to April 8th, 2011. That’s six months.
The White House confirmed on Thursday that Mr. Obama and his family are scheduled to depart for a weekend trip to Williamsburg, Va., on Friday, a getaway that will be scrapped if there is a government shutdown.
Hilarious. Obama started a 3rd war in Libya while on vacation in Chile. He can easily negotiate a compromise from Colonial Williamsburg.
“The first family has a long-planned family trip to Colonial Williamsburg this weekend,” said Josh Earnest, the deputy White House press secretary. “The president’s priority is working with members of Congress from both parties to avoid a government shutdown, but obviously the family’s plans will change if an agreement is not reached.”
Except for that Democratic fundraiser and attending Al Sharpton’s National Action Network celebration.
Mr. Obama has had terrible luck when it comes to work interfering with play.
Yes, he has hardly anytime to work between basketball games, record rounds of golf, hosting WH parties and traveling to fundraisers. Obama spent almost half of his time in office outside the White House.
The family’s Hawaiian vacation in 2009 was interrupted by the Christmas Day attempt to bomb a plane. Their attempt to relax in Martha’s Vineyard in August of that year was cut short by the death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. His visit to Indonesia, where he spent several years as a child, was delayed by the final votes on the health care bill.
Yes, Obama waited 3 days, while on vacation, to discuss the attempted underwear bombing. Then it was a funeral for a commie-loving killer and finally he cut his vacation short to pass an unconstitutional bill.