Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Pres. Obama Cares About Middle Class Tax Cuts

 President Obama called on Congress to extend the middle class tax cuts for the 98 percent of Americans making less than $250,000 for another year.



"With the Senate’s vote, the House Republicans are now the only people left in Washington holding hostage the middle-class tax cuts for 98% of Americans and nearly every small business owner.  The last thing a typical middle class family can afford is a $2,200 tax hike at the beginning of next year.  It’s time for House Republicans to drop their demand for another $1 trillion giveaway to the wealthiest Americans and give our families and small businesses the financial security and certainty that they need.  Our economy isn’t built from the top-down, it’s built from a strong and growing middle class, and that’s who we should be fighting for." 

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Obamas at Home


The first family joined Senior Adviser Valerie Jarrett in celebrating her daughter's wedding. B-roll shows the family strolling toward the wedding ceremony held at Jarrett's home, a block away from the Obamas. The president is seen in an oatmeal-hued suit, gold patterned tie. President Obama will leave the city Sunday en route for the G-20 in Mexico.

Saturday, June 09, 2012

Remember '08?

Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Sunday, June 03, 2012

Presidential Chicago--What Photoshop can't fix

Many photos are edited using photo editing software however there are somethings Photoshop cannot fix. Software cannot make me a better photographer nor the President appear to have his eyes open after the image has been snapped with them shut. Woe is me--it was just a blink! Sorry Mr. President!


The video looks nice though. I will post that later today.
The President was in Chicago Friday and Saturday for campaign events. Press took stills and video at departure and arrival. I took this photo at departure. Thanks SS and Karen Pride!
It was a gorgeous day Saturday and that plane looks fabulous in person. Go USA.

The president while in Chicago, got to stay in his own home and kick around, according to pool reports. It's my opinion that we should enjoy every good day we have and forget the bad. Saturday was a good day.