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The President will answer your questions -- or those he gets to

Alexis Ohanian of Reddit's "AMA" (ask me anything) series got its highest profile guest yet today.

The forum/reposting site has a live thread currently running where the POTUS -- President Barack Obama is answering questions.

Previously President Obama has held a Google+ "hangout" on Google Inc.'s (GOOG) growing social network.  He's also on Pintrest and Instagram, while regularly posting videos to YouTube.


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RE: Pardon my expression...
By Reclaimer77 on 8/29/2012 5:37:12 PM , Rating: -1
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Both Saint Ronny Reagan and GW Bush both took more vacation days than Obama. If Reagan did it, it must be holy!


Uhh they were in office 8 years....

I'll give you the opportunity to now /facepalm yourself.


RE: Pardon my expression...
By Shadowself on 8/29/2012 5:43:21 PM , Rating: 2
Even if you scale it just from inauguration to today, George W. Bush took more vacation days than Obama.


RE: Pardon my expression...
By Argon18 on 8/29/2012 5:50:34 PM , Rating: 1
Do we get to count all the days Obama has spent campaigning across the country, giving campaign speeches to college students, etc. as "vacation"? We wastes an awful lot of time doing that. Although maybe it's a good thing, I suppose he can't squander any further $Trillions if he's out drinking beer and giving speeches.


RE: Pardon my expression...
By retrospooty on 8/29/2012 6:08:10 PM , Rating: 2
actually, they did a "term to date" comparison. At this point in his 1st term Reagan had quite a bit more and Bush2 had like double what Obama has. Not that it matters. Like when he is working, he is fixing issues with the economy? LOL. Go for it bro, take the rest of the year off. Take the next 4 as well.


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