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Saturday, September 7, 2013

President Obama on TSR 6 PM ET Monday

CNN's Wolf Blitzer to sit down with Pres. Obama on Monday, Sept. 9

On Monday, September 9, CNN lead political anchor Wolf Blitzer will sit down with President Barack Obama at the White House to discuss options for Syria. This interview will air in the 6 p.m. ET hour on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer and will be simulcast on CNN International.

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Anonymous said...

If there was ever anyone who back peddled it IS President Obama.
He was the one who drew his own "red line," boxed himself in, so to speak, and then said it was up to internation forces or "their red line."
In Saturday's NyPost, the Op Ed page in bold type: Obama Worst Than Carter....have to agree.
He can't make a decision and stick to it. He's a waffler.
Sorry....I voted for him, but he's just NOT decisive enough.
I'm not saying war is better, but neither is he. He wants to be able to place blame on others when he alone can call the shots, and HE knows it. It's called being President.
When I look back and think of all the Presidents who were stronger, like LBJ, it really is disappointing.

Anonymous said...

I remember a comment made by an arrogant President Bush. Someone asked him the question "why" and he responded with, "Because I'm the decider."
At the time everyone rolled their eyes and said, "Right. Another bad choice from W." But it was a choice
and he made it and then stood by it, wrong as it was.
There's a bill board sign on a western Interstate with a large picture of the former President W.
And it says: "Miss me yet?"
I think we are beginning to, as odd as that might seem.

Anonymous said...

President Obama is smart, calm, deliberate AND DECISIVE. He's a vastly superior president than Bush, Clinton, Carter and has made intelligent, thoughtful decisions that put his critics in the media and the voting public to shame. Those of us who are paying attention to how dirty, divisive, partisan and completely unfair the media (and some voters) have been towards the president know the truth. He has done a STELLAR job leading this country and will continue to do so in spite of the media and others who don't get it.

Hey 12:07 am, not only ODD but INSANE. You're speaking entirely for yourself if you're missing the dreadful, ignorant George Bush. Once again, anyone who praises the likes of Bush cannot EVER be taken seriously.

Anonymous said...

Uh, NO, we don't miss Bush. He decided alright. He decided to get us into the Iraq War on false pretenses. He decided on one failed strategy after another in Iraq and Afghanistan. He decided to blow up the federal deficit. Today the WHOLE WORLD is citing Iraq as what NOT to do. This is a CNN blog, not an "I'm miffed at Obama" blog.

Anonymous said...

I hope you're comment is not being made because Obama happens to be the first Afro-American President.
Here race shouldn't be a deciding factor.
The man has NOT done a "stellar"
A great orator yes, but decisive...
on what?
He even gave in on some portions of Obamacare, the MOST important portions I might add.
And I never said "I missed Bush."
But the majority of the country, who do not base their facts on race, might just be leaning in that direction.

Anonymous said...

Enough of the Obama vs. Bush arguing. Take that crap to ICN or mediaite.

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:44 . agree 100 %. This used to be a decent
news blog. It would be sad to see this blog become
TVN,ICN & Mediaite. You used to be able to learn
about the news and have meaningful discussions.
Sigh. Now the only decent news blog is going away.

Phebe said...

The post is about President Obama and you're saying it's not an appropriate place to discuss him? Give me a break.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Phebe.
This is the difference between the voters in the American public and the voters in Europe.
Here everyone wants to pull the way CNN transmits the news, apart.
BUT nobody, or I should say, a lot of people just don't want to talk about the issues.
Let's just keep on "beating a half dead horse to death."
How many ways can we compare MSNBC to CNN, and NOT even mention the front runner FOX NEWS???
Now that's another subject nobody here wants to talk about...the other elephant in the room....the consistent winner.