posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 02:10 PM
How to Win the Nobel Peace Prize In 12 Days
Let’s take a look at the president’s first 12 days in the White House according to his public schedule to see what he did to deserve a Nobel Peace
Sworn in as president. Went to a parade. Partied.
Asked bureaucrats to re-write guidelines for information requests. Held an “open house” party at the White House.
Signed Executive Orders: Executive Branch workers to take ethics pledge; re-affirmed Army Field Manual techniques for interrogations; expressed desire
to close Gitmo (how’s that working out?)
Ordered the release of federal funding to pay for abortions in foreign countries. Lunch with Joe Biden; met with Tim Geithner.
Budget meeting with economic team.
Gave speech about jobs and energy. Met with Hillary Clinton. Attended Geithner's swearing in ceremony.
Met with Republicans. Spoke at a clock tower in Ohio.
Economic meetings in the morning, met with Defense secretary in the afternoon.
Signed Ledbetter Bill overturning Supreme Court decision on lawsuits over wages. Party in the State Room. Met with Biden.
Met economic advisers. Gave speech on Middle Class Working Families Task Force. Met with senior enlisted military officials.
Took the day off.
Skipped church. Threw a Super Bowl party.