barackobama:

Here’s to dads.

barackobama:

Here’s to dads.

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barackobama:

From the archives.

#to be more specific: the adorbz archives
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xtremecaffeine:

okayla:

President Obama signs a little girl’s drawing.
Little girl does not appreciate it. 

Mothafuckin’ Presidents, always taking credit for other people’s art, man.

xtremecaffeine:

okayla:

President Obama signs a little girl’s drawing.

Little girl does not appreciate it. 

Mothafuckin’ Presidents, always taking credit for other people’s art, man.

(via queen-hannibal-of-the-insane)

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Over a picture of Obama giving his acceptance speech in Denver someone had written, “Chill the fuck out. I got this.”Obama loved it, and when his friend Mike Strautmanis poured out his anxieties in a long late-night email, Obama replied simply, “I got this.”

Meme power!

(via onthemenjay)

raisingraegan:

he’s got her vote #obama2012 (Taken with instagram)

raisingraegan:

he’s got her vote #obama2012 (Taken with instagram)

(Source: granola-mama, via barackobama)

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When the pictures were taken and the family was about to leave, Mr. Philadelphia told Mr. Obama that his sons each had a question. In interviews, he and his wife, Roseane, said they did not know what the boys would ask…

Jacob spoke first.

“I want to know if my hair is just like yours,” he told Mr. Obama, so quietly that the president asked him to speak again.

Jacob did, and Mr. Obama replied, “Why don’t you touch it and see for yourself?” He lowered his head, level with Jacob, who hesitated.

“Touch it, dude!” Mr. Obama said.

As Jacob patted the presidential crown, Mr. Souza [the White House photographer] snapped.

“So, what do you think?” Mr. Obama asked.

“Yes, it does feel the same,” Jacob said.

…A copy of the photo hangs in the Philadelphia family’s living room with several others taken that day. Mr. Philadelphia, now in Afghanistan for the State Department, said: “It’s important for black children to see a black man as president. You can believe that any position is possible to achieve if you see a black person in it.”
When the pictures were taken and the family was about to leave, Mr. Philadelphia told Mr. Obama that his sons each had a question. In interviews, he and his wife, Roseane, said they did not know what the boys would ask…

Jacob spoke first.

“I want to know if my hair is just like yours,” he told Mr. Obama, so quietly that the president asked him to speak again.

Jacob did, and Mr. Obama replied, “Why don’t you touch it and see for yourself?” He lowered his head, level with Jacob, who hesitated.

“Touch it, dude!” Mr. Obama said.

As Jacob patted the presidential crown, Mr. Souza [the White House photographer] snapped.

“So, what do you think?” Mr. Obama asked.

“Yes, it does feel the same,” Jacob said. …A copy of the photo hangs in the Philadelphia family’s living room with several others taken that day. Mr. Philadelphia, now in Afghanistan for the State Department, said: “It’s important for black children to see a black man as president. You can believe that any position is possible to achieve if you see a black person in it.”

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lebanesetana:

Top 9 Photos of Barack Obama & food - asked by powerlesbian

(via soguigui)

barackobama:

Nothing to see here, just the president high-fiving an adorable little boy in a tie-dyed rainbow t-shirt.

barackobama:

Nothing to see here, just the president high-fiving an adorable little boy in a tie-dyed rainbow t-shirt.

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huffpoststyle:

And there you have it.

huffpoststyle:

And there you have it.

(Source: huffpostbeauty, via onionjulius)

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Madelynn meets the President

Submitted by Eric Schnedler 

(Source: kcrg.com)

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