Justin Timberlake shows President Obama his favorite smiley face emoji
Happened to be up on the Twitters today as President Obama shared this photo to express he's suited up with the guy who's been promoting that fashion the heaviest this year: Justin Timberlake. The photo itself is an instant Create-A-Caption so drop a comment with what you think JT is showing Barack on his mobile device.
On January 21st prepare you life to be amazed as Beyoncé will be singing "The Star Spangled Banner" at this years Inauguration. USA Today reports that the diva along with Kelly Clarkson and James Taylor will grace our Capital steps with performances atBarack Obama’s public inauguration. Taylor will be sing a rendition of “America The Beautiful” and Clarkson will sing “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee,” which was famously sung by Aretha Franklin who’s hat stole the spotlight.
Because I love you guys so much just get your life to Beyoncé's "At Last" preformance from 2009
TIME's Person Of The Year cover is always a prestigious one this time of year and for 2012, President Barack Obama earns the honor. Other candidates were Malala Yousafzai, the teen Pakistani advocate for education for girls who was shot by the Taliban, Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi, and Bill and Hillary Clinton.
It has been a trying time for the country this year, but with Obama's leadership, I feel like we're making strides as he symbolizes our progression and strength. Here's to hoping his 2nd term is even more impactful!
What do you guys think of President Obama on the TIME cover?
He just walked off the podium at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois the president re-elect, and above you can watch President Obama's stirring acceptance speech in case you just missed it, or simply want to re-live it again.
The acceptance speech seems like quite the task to deliever just mere hours after being announced the President. Especially in an election this close, there is a sense of a divided country. It is important then for Obama to look to unite the country, and he communicated just that during the speech. I was especially impressed with how Obama stressed a bipartisan United States, while also expressing humble thanks and gratitude to the people, his opponents, while now, looking ahead.
“We are not as divided as our politics suggests. We are not as cynical as the pundits believe. We are not red states or blue states, we are the United States of America."
- President Barack Obama
So no matter who you voted for, let's unify and act to make this country stronger! It starts with us as citizens, and as Obama says, our roles don't stop with voting. We can affect change starting locally and by setting a shining example amongst our peers in our day-to-day experiences. We are all about togetherness and unity here at Gowhere and we are all one. Let's rise as one!
The First Family enters the stage for President Obama's acceptance speech
The first photo of President Obama and V.P. Biden and their wives after it was announced they had been re-elected.
What did you think of tonight's election?
Write a comment with your thoughts on the speech, Obama, Romney, or anything!
Allow me a quick tangent towards politics for a moment as this story has picked up quite the buzz in the past few days, and surely even more now as Donald Trump makes good on his promise for an announcement to President Obama. Via the video above, Trump proposes a deal: he will write a $5 million check to a charity of President Obama's choice, if Obama releases his college transcripts, applications, and passport records.
Trump says that President Obama is the least transparent president of all-time and that it would make him and the American people happy and satisfied if Obama was to release this information (with the added deadline of Halloween at 5pm ET).
This doesn't smell right to me. Gotta question Trump's motives as he must have what he thinks is insider info that something from those transcripts or records would expose the President as something he's not. And to guise it for charity? Hmm, who really knows? And will the President respond?
I'm guessing no. What do you guys think of Trump's proposed deal?