sandandglass:

Obama’s one-liners during his speech at the White House Correspondents Dinner. 

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inothernews:

President Obama, joined by former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (left), vice president Joe Biden, and relatives of gun murder victims, addresses the media in the Rose Garden on Wednesday.  Mr. Obama called the defeat of Senate bills to expand background checks for gun buyers and an assault weapons ban “a pretty shameful day for Washington” and promised to continue pressing for stricter gun control measures.  (Photo: Alex Wong / Getty Images via The New York Times)

inothernews:

President Obama, joined by former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords (left), vice president Joe Biden, and relatives of gun murder victims, addresses the media in the Rose Garden on Wednesday.  Mr. Obama called the defeat of Senate bills to expand background checks for gun buyers and an assault weapons ban “a pretty shameful day for Washington” and promised to continue pressing for stricter gun control measures.  (Photo: Alex Wong / Getty Images via The New York Times)

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After today's oath of office

  • Sasha Obama: Good job Dad.
  • Barack Obama: I did it.
  • Sasha Obama: You didn't mess up.
barackobama:

Photo of the day? Photo of the day.

barackobama:

Photo of the day? Photo of the day.



“My favorite story out of this is Malia, when she was 4, she had a little dance thing. Well, Michelle was gone that weekend so I’m taking her to ballet. And I get her in her little leotard and her little stuff. I did her hair, put it in a little bun.
We get to the dance studio and one of the mothers there right away comes up to Malia – she thinks she’s out of earshot of me and she says, ‘Sweetie, do you want me to redo your hair?’ And Malia who she’s 4 says, ‘Yes please, this is a disaster’ you know, she didn’t want to hurt daddy’s feelings.”

“My favorite story out of this is Malia, when she was 4, she had a little dance thing. Well, Michelle was gone that weekend so I’m taking her to ballet. And I get her in her little leotard and her little stuff. I did her hair, put it in a little bun.

We get to the dance studio and one of the mothers there right away comes up to Malia – she thinks she’s out of earshot of me and she says, ‘Sweetie, do you want me to redo your hair?’ And Malia who she’s 4 says, ‘Yes please, this is a disaster’ you know, she didn’t want to hurt daddy’s feelings.”

Zachary Quinto got the Spock Vulcan salute from Obama [x]

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We’re just going to leave this here.

We’re just going to leave this here.

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I want to talk to you one second about the face. I pretty much do that face at least once a day … Let’s do it together.

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Barack Obama to McKayla Maroney regarding her “not impressed” face, which then resulted to this photo:

(x)

apsies:

The President and McKayla Maroney are not impressed. (by The White House)

apsies:

The President and McKayla Maroney are not impressed. (by The White House)

“[Homeland] became an even bigger hit when the President of the United States said it was his favourite show…” (x)

HOPE

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President or not, you are a great person and you have my support.

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“This seat’s taken.”

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colours-of-autumn:

msnbc:

“For the United States, the best is yet to come.” -Barack Obama
http://tv.msnbc.com
(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY IS PRECIOUS

colours-of-autumn:

msnbc:

“For the United States, the best is yet to come.” -Barack Obama

http://tv.msnbc.com

(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY IS PRECIOUS

fujiidom:

suitep:

Ricky Watson of Littleton, Colorado wipes tears from his eyes after he thanked President Barack Obama for repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” at a campaign rally in Golden, Colorado, September 13. Watson was kicked out of the Air Force 25 years ago for being gay.

#THIS IS WHY