• ✿ Welcome ✿

    Hello Graphic #37

  • VoteRiders.com

    Votes Count. Be Counted.

  • Registration INFO

    Barack The Vote

  • The 2014 Mid Term’s Are Almost Here.

    GET OUT AND VOTE!! Mid Term Election Day Happens OnNovember 4th, 2014
    6 months to go.
  • The 2016 Iowa Caucus

    The The 2016 Iowa Caucus Happens OnJanuary 18th, 2016
    21 months to go.
  • 2016 Presidential Election

    We Elect The 45th President In The 58th Quadrennial U.S. Presidential Election OnNovember 8th, 2016
    2.6 years to go.
  • Pete Souza

  • Barack Obama

  • Michelle Obama

  • VP Joey B.

  • Dr. Jill Biden

  • The White House

    Official Blog

  • White House Blog

  • The White House

  • OFA

  • Michelle Obama Fan Club

  • Barack Obama

  • TheObamaCrat™

  • Erase Racism NOW™

  • Loudly & Proudly™

  • TheObamaCrat™ Archives

TheObamaCrat™ Wake-Up Call For The 21st Of December, 2013. 4 Days, YES 4 Days Till Christmas.


By Jueseppi B.




President Obama And The First Family Arrive In Hawaii






White House Schedule – December 21, 2013


Office of the Press Secretary
December 21st, 2013




The President will be in Honolulu, Hawaii through Sunday, January 5th, 2014. The President will receive the Presidential Daily Briefing every day, but there are no public events scheduled.


Saturday, December 21 2013 All Times ET


5:05 AM: The First Family arrives in Honolulu, Hawaii, Local Event Time: 12:05 AM HST, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.


Press Conference by the President





President Obama Holds a News Conference

December 20, 2013 | 1:00:48 |Public Domain


President Obama answers questions from the press in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room.







Weekly Address: Working Together on Behalf of the American People

December 21, 2013 | 2:42 |Public Domain


In his weekly address, President Obama highlights the bipartisan budget agreement that unwinds some of the cuts that were damaging to the economy and keeps investments in areas that help us grow, and urges both parties to work together to extend emergency unemployment insurance and act on new measures to create jobs and strengthen the middle class.




Weekly Address: Working Together on Behalf of the American People


WASHINGTON, DC— In his weekly address, President Obama highlighted the bipartisan budget agreement that unwinds some of the cuts that were damaging to the economy and keeps investments in areas that help us grow, and urged both parties to work together to extend emergency unemployment insurance and act on new measures to create jobs and strengthen the middle class. 


The audio of the address and video of the address will be available online atwww.whitehouse.gov at 6:00 a.m. ET, December 21, 2013.


Remarks of President Barack Obama
Weekly Address
The White House
December 21
st, 2013


Hi, everybody.  This week, Congress finished up some important work before heading home for the holidays.


For the first time in years, both parties came together in the spirit of compromise to pass a budget – one that helps chart our economic course for the next two years.  This budget will unwind some of the damaging cuts that have threatened students and seniors and held back our businesses.  It clears the path for critical investments in the things that grow our economy and strengthen our middle class, like education and research.  And it will keep reducing our deficits – at a time when we’ve seen four years of the fastest deficit reduction since the end of World War II.


Members of Congress also voted to finally allow several dedicated and well-qualified public servants to do their jobs for the American people – many of whom waited months for a simple yes-or-no vote.  These are judges, cabinet secretaries and military leaders.  They’re men and women charged with growing our economy, keeping our homeland secure, and making sure our housing system and financial system work for ordinary Americans.


So after a year of showdowns and obstruction that only held back our economy, we’ve been able to break the logjam a bit over the last few weeks.  It’s a hopeful sign that we can end the cycle of short-sighted, crisis-driven decision-making and actually work together to get things done.


And that’s important.  Because there’s plenty of work to do.


Right now, because Congress failed to act before leaving on vacation, more than one million Americans are poised to lose a vital source of income just a few days after Christmas.  For many people who are still looking for work, unemployment insurance is a lifeline that can make the difference between temporary hardship or lasting catastrophe.  Instead of punishing these families who can least afford it – especially now – Congress should first restore that lifeline immediately, then put their entire focus on creating more good jobs that pay good wages.


That’s what I’ll be focused on next year, and every day I have the privilege of being your President.  Growing the economy.  Expanding opportunity.  Building an America that offers everyone who works hard the chance to get ahead, and every child a fair shot at success.


And if Congress continues to act in the spirit of cooperation we’ve seen in recent weeks, I’m confident we can make much more progress together in the year to come.


Thank you.  Have a great weekend and a very Merry Christmas.


Video Mensaje de la Casa Blanca: El Congreso debe extender el seguro de desempleo

December 21, 2013 | 2:35 |Public Domain


En el mensaje de esta semana, el Secretario de Trabajo Tom Pérez discutió la importancia de extender el seguro de desempleo para un millón de personas en los Estados Unidos, incluyendo muchos Latinos, que pueden perder una fuente vital de ingresos a solo pocos días después de Navidad.




On The Clock: Unemployment Insurance

December 20, 2013 | 1:14 |Public Domain


Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, Jason Furman, discusses the importance of unemployment insurance to Americans and the economy.


1.3 million Americans are about to lose a vital lifeline of unemployment insurance benefits if Congress doesn’t act. This is money that helps pay the bills while folks work hard to find their next job.


And it gets worse: If we don’t do anything in 2014, an additional 3.6 million Americans will lose their benefits.


That’s why Jason Furman, Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, sat down for an On The Clock video to explain why this issue is so important — in under sixty seconds:






West Wing Week: 12/20/13 or “26 Candles”

December 19, 2013 | 3:52 |Public Domain


This week, the White House honored those lost at Sandy Hook on the one year anniversary. The President met with newly elected mayors and executives from America’s leading technology companies, discussed the benefits of health care reform with a group of moms, and celebrated the holidays with Christmas in Washington.







Urging Peace in South Sudan


Reinforcing President Obama’s strong message encouraging South Sudan’s leaders to choose peace, National Security Advisor Susan Rice records an audio message for the people of South Sudan.



President Obama Holds a Pre-Holiday Press Conference


President Obama answers questions from the press, discusses our economic progress over the last year, and laid out the work ahead for 2014.



First Lady Michelle Obama Collects Toys for Kids in Need


SNAP Builds a Healthier America for our Children


The Affordable Care Act Means Peace of Mind for Moms


The Economy in 2013


Mother Knows Best: Health Care Brings Peace of Mind to American Families






2:00 PM: President Obama holds a press conference in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House, Dec. 20, 2013 (Photo by Lawrence Jackson)



















6:45 PM: The First Family departs the White House en route Andrews Air Force Base, South Lawn.












5:05 AM: The First Family arrives in Honolulu, Hawaii, Local Event Time: 12:05 AM HST. Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.






2013-12-21t101717z_1150840037_gm1e9cl1ebw01_rtrmadp_3_obama (1)

628x471 (3)

628x471 (2)


President Obama Begins Holiday Vacation In Hawaii




628x471 (1)







The Oval Office Reflected In A Christmas Tree Ornament

The Oval Office Reflected In A Christmas Tree Ornament










2 Responses

  1. The stress in that job must be incredible but the First Family will feel relaxed to get away from the stress in Washington for a few days. Looking at the Obama-Lincoln Memorial I believe he will get credit for being one of the top five best presidents – in time. Thanks for the photos. :)

Reply At Your Own Risk

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s


Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 110,342 other followers

%d bloggers like this: