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President Obama Fundraising: Nightmare For Local Residents in LA

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Published on Aug 18, 2010

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Obama raises a quick $1 million — and some L.A. commuter ire
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationwor...
After visiting the plant, Obama told a Milwaukee fundraiser that the heart of his economic strategy in the months ahead "will be three powerful words: 'Made in America.' "

But analysts warn that federal efforts to encourage clean-energy manufacturing could shrivel without steps to mandate its use.

The administration so far has failed to convince Congress to pass sweeping energy legislation that would boost clean technologies by requiring renewable sources for electricity and raising the price of fossil fuels through a "carbon price" — in effect a tax on fossil fuels.

Obama visit causes traffic nightmare in Los Angeles
http://www.wtam.com/cc-common/news/se...
(KFI - Los Angeles) Traffic on the west side of Los Angeles is expected to be snarled on Tuesday morning as President Obama's motorcade returns to LAX.

Obama's heading to Seattle after attending a fundraiser in Hancock Park Monday night. He reminded donors about his successes in the midst of criticism from both ends of the political spectrum.

Obama traffic nightmare leaves residents with lingering road rage
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow...
President Obama's fundraising mission in Los Angeles may have been a whirlwind trip for him, but it was a tedious slog for thousands of people who found themselves in traffic gridlock from the Westside to Hancock Park.

A two-mile drive on the Westside took 45 minutes. Frustrated drivers vented on the Los Angeles Times' website, among others. No matter their politics, Los Angeles residents were united.


A two-mile drive on the Westside took 45 minutes. Frustrated drivers vented on the Los Angeles Times' website, among others. No matter their politics, Los Angeles residents were united.

Let me show you the arrogance of this president. He is our employee! Now our King

He came to LA to raise 1 million dollars?
How much money did that security detail cost? How much does 5 military helicoptors cost?

This guy isn't in reality!


They shut down the city! How many blocks did they shut down?

John Wells, ER & West Wing Why?

Why a residential neighborhood?

Mothers were stranded with children with no bathrooms

Nurses couldn't get to their patients in hospitals

we are talking 4-6 hours of COMPLETE shut down.

It was so bad, people got out of there cars!!! While OBAMA had drinks with Hollywood BIgwigs? LOLOLOLOLOLOL And you guys put up with this Amazzing!

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