mmmmmmm...... Ask him if he could aide the American people by wiping their credit scores clean and not penalizing their credit due to foreclosure, repos, etc. Giving all individuals a fresh start. This could aide in the stimulation of the economy. The banks have recoverd there money ten fold however the Americans are still struggling to get back on there feet.
IRS: If you owe don't penalize them for each day or year, give them a flat amount due without penalty. If they are unemployed allow them to negotiate to 0.00 and make it a clean slate.
Student Loans provide the loans with lower interest so college students can afford to pay them off.
That is really great, TIO! Perhaps there is something about Ireland that makes it more possible to meet heads of state. When I was in Dublin in 1997 my aunt (a Dubliner) gave us her invitation to a reception. I was too shy, but my boyfriend went up and shook hands with the Prime Minister (Taoiseach is current term, I believe). That doesn't happen in America every day, I'll tell you!
Now, as to what you should ask Obama. How about "What is your #1 priority in your second term in office?" (being optimistic here). Thanks. We look forward to a full report (hub, hub, hub)!!
..hey Irish...i think that's cool you'll be attending dinner...why not ask him what he'd do to turn around Ireland's economy if he were leader...like how to improve the credit score so folks can/will invest in Ireland....or some other question about Ireland....you know, see if he keeps abreast of Ireland's issues.
Well I am amazed at the variety of suggestions, most appear to be very positive however, I am having a meeting where I am expected to keep a serious face, so asking if he paid that woman's mortgage may leave me a little ticklish
You can tell him I said "thank you". That's not a blanket endorsement of all decisions. He's made some serious mistakes. (You don't have to tell him that.) But considering the mess he inherited, he's done a better job than anyone has a right to expect against the most systematic, partisan resistance any president has faced.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday plans to take questions from Facebook users during an Internet “town hall” in Silicon Valley in which he’s likely to tout his ideas on reducing the U.S. budget deficit.
The event is another trip out West by the president to raise money for his reelection campaign and drum up political support in the high-tech industry. Silicon Valley was a big source of campaign cash in Obama’s first presidential run.
The president also hopes to reconnect with young voters, part of his core group of backers in his victorious 2008 presidential campaign.
The White House President Barack Obama talks with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg before a dinner in February.
Obama will share the stage at Facebook headquarters with Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, the company’s 26-year-old co-founder. Zuckerberg dined with the president in February along with a number of other prominent high-tech executives.
That's odd. First, the rumor was that Facebook was courting Obama's former press secretary Robert Gibbs for some sort of management position. Now, it looks like Obama may just do it himself. Won't it be oh so nice when the O owns a major social network!? Wow I can't wait! What fun to see an ambitious bully control a major portion of the airwaves! He won't even have to spend any money on his own tv channel this time!
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