Sadly, this is breaking news in Obama’s America

This might be one of the most embarrassingly accurate breaking news headlines of Obama’s presidency: BREAKING: Obama attends his daily intelligence meeting 3 days in a row.

For the third business day in a row, the president’s official public schedule lists “The President and the Vice President receive the Presidential Daily Brief.”

File under “Pathetic.” Not to mention, “Dangerous.” The president skipped out on eight straight intel briefings during the days surrounding the Sept. 11 embassy attacks in the Middle East.

Visit the American Enterprise Institute’s public policy blog for screen grabs of the president’s schedule.

Obama already received the biggest participation trophy available.

If the president actually attended the briefings as scheduled, here’s a plausible explanation.

We’d say “pics or it didn’t happen,” but we’d probably just get another shot of Obama phoning it in.

  • Rusty

    Atta Boy, I knew you could do it!

  • WingedBishop

    O: “You guys talk amongst yourselves, I’ll be in the corner playing Tetris.”

  • CurleyMom

    File under: Better Late than Never?

  • Discontentwliars

    You all should be glad to have influenced the President to do his job. Maybe we won’t have so many tough weeks if someone is doing their job.

  • PennyRobinsonFanClub

    Bless his heart. Now he gets milk n cookies!

  • SAndrews

    Now, about that Jobs Council….

  • Paratisi

    Yep, the Dhimmi-in-chief is mad & will be putting more people on his enemies list for making him miss his golf game, for what he considers to be “Nonsense”!

    God Bless America!

  • Maria

    Does he want a cookie for doing what he should have been doing all along?! *GASP!* Too bad 4 people from the U.S. Consulate are dead thanks to his lackluster job.

  • Saiga

    Great. Now Obama has more information that will likely spawn more bonehead decisions. He is a Calcutta train wreck, and so long as half the country is stupid enough to re-elect him, we are in for a bumpy ride. I used to have confidence in the wisdom of the electorate, but no more. We will have the government we disserve.