Obama’s Neck Tie Shines in Seventh Weekly Address

In his seventh weekly address to the nation, President Obama spent enormous efforts making clear distinctions between the past, present, and future of our national economy. From the video:

Yesterday, we learned that the economy lost another 651,000 jobs in the month of February, which brings the total number of jobs lost in this recession [...]

Obama Neck Tie Says He’s Ready to Fight

In his sixth weekly address to the nation, President Obama came off the blocks like a leopard at Gallipoli, vehemently reasserting his dedication changing the direction of the United States, no matter who it angers in Washington. From the video:
I realize that passing this budget won’t be easy. Because it represents real and [...]

Obama’s Economic Monotony Tie

In his fifth weekly address to the nation, Barack Obama wore a solid gray neck tie. He chose a dull color to deliver a somber, repetitive message that was fundamentally about unity and accomplishment. From the address:
Because of what we did together, there will now be shovels in the ground, cranes in the [...]

Obama No Silver Lining Tie

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 was passed last week, and on Friday President Obama trumpeted the achievement in his fourth weekly address to the nation. From the address:
Congress has passed my economic recovery plan – an ambitious plan at a time we badly need it. It will save or create more [...]

Obama ‘Hurry Up, So That We Can Wait’ Neck Wear

In his third weekly address to the nation since taking office, President Barack Obama spoke on the need to act post haste on the stimulus package even if the bill isn’t quite right. From the video:
Legislation of such magnitude deserves the scrutiny that it’s received over the last month, and it will receive more [...]

Obama Weekly Address Tie

The post was made on the White House Blog just before 6AM. I like the idea that President Obama woke up before 5AM this morning to give us his calm reassurance, but, unless he decided to wear the same tie two days in a row, this is probably not what happened.