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President Obama Press Conference

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

President Barack Obama holds a news conference today at 11:30am as his administration continues negotiations over the federal deficit and an increase in the debt ceiling. He is also expected to address the conflict in Libya, Afghanistan, and other key issues. Watch video and follow the real-time twitter reaction below.

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Comments [5]

jawbone

CaptainDrG -- will this patent bill help big corporations? Is this the one that looks at when a patent if filed versus when work began on the idea, giving big bidnesses which have, usually, patent attnys on staff, a big head start on filing?

And maybe using other people's ideas?

Obama is a Corporatist after all.

Jun. 29 2011 12:30 PM

The America Invents Act HR 1249, in conference now, will make it harder for American Inventors to get patents. Obama has promised to sign this bad bill.

I'm a patent attorney who represents individual inventors.

Jun. 29 2011 11:55 AM
jawbone

Obama scares me because he leans so far to the right and also seems to love behind closed doors negotiating.

Also, he just opened his presser by saying cutting the deficit will mean new jobs?

What world does he live on?

Oh, yeah, right. I oughta know, I oughta know, i oughta know by now: Because he's a conservative

And he lives on Bizarro ConservoWorld..

Jun. 29 2011 11:47 AM

Was that sarcasm?

Jun. 29 2011 11:45 AM
Benjamin from Brooklyn

Loving V. Virginia was decided by the Supreme Court, based on the president's
recent comments, Marriage was wrongly decided by the state of NY.

Jun. 29 2011 11:44 AM

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