Recent Event Highlights: Television movies for the week of Oct. 31 - Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Poll: Montana voters swing to GOP; 32% approve Obama's performance - Billings Gazette, Back by popular demand ... Teen Town - The Salem News, Idaho House Democrat stays right in second bid - The Associated Press, Senator Tester Defends Obama Agenda, White House Documents and Publications - Insurance News Net (press release), and 79 more...
Created by dipity on Aug 14, 2009
Last updated: 12/03/10 at 10:26 AM
Obama Montana Town Hall has no followers yet. Be the first one to follow.
Polling places open until 8 tonightGreat Falls TribuneMax Baucus won re-election, and 54.4 percent of Montana voters went to the polls. The top turnout of the last dozen years came in 2008, when Barack Obama ...and more »
Television movies for the week of Oct. 31Pittsburgh Post Gazette1:30 AM (CC) • City Hall '96. Al Pacino. The New York mayor and his idealistic deputy cope with scandal generated by a policeman's accidental shooting of a ...
Tancredo's Western Slope roll a folksy slugfest aimed at HickenlooperDenver PostTancredo links Hickenlooper with President Barack Obama, who during the 2008 primary said small-town Americans "cling to guns and religion" in times of ...and more »
Poll: Montana voters swing to GOP; 32% approve Obama's performanceBillings GazettePresident Barack Obama rolls up his sleeves as he speaks at a town hall meeting on health care at a hanger at Gallatin Airfield in Belgrade, Mont. ...and more »
Bob Moriarty: Hold on to GoldInternational Business TimesWhoever holds the mortgage is supposed to go down to the local town hall and record it every time there is a change of ownership in the mortgage. ...and more »
Bleacher ReportWho Is No. 1? Ranking The 30 MLB Teams' Fan BasesBleacher ReportThe fan base stretches across much of the upper part of the Midwest, extending all the way to the Dakotas and Montana. The Twins may play in a small market, ...
Back by popular demand ... Teen TownThe Salem NewsIn Montana, the Porcellos would be a small town. All in all, it was a great day for one great big family. Christopher Columbus was both cheered and jeered ...
Idaho House Democrat stays right in second bidThe Associated PressHe attended a town hall meeting with Tea Party Boise last year and has since kept the lines of communication open, even after the group endorsed Labrador. ...and more »
Giffords vs Kelly ... an upset in the making?Tucson Citizen“Giffords has been on the wrong side of every issue: the economy, deficit spending, health care, immigration,” said Nevins, who attended a town hall to hear ...and more »
He Should Be Scared: 'Salon's' Andrew O'Hehir Freaks Out, Screams 'Master-Race ...Big HollywoodNot things like Hannah Montana, but movies like they made back when Walt was alive (Pollyanna, Mary Poppins, the Absent-Minded Professor, etc.). ...and more »
Town Hall at Metra Park. Jon Tester on deficit spending, "Cash for Clunkers", auditing the Federal Reserve, the Death Tax and Iran.
White House Documents and PublicationsInsurance News Net (press release)Katie shared her story when she introduced the President at a health reform town hall in Bozeman, Montana on August 14, 2009. Laura is a 35-year old, ...and more »
Wildlife, clear standards need to be in forest planHelena Independent RecordThrough a series of more than 30 public town hall meetings across the country, the US Forest Service is seeking public input on the future of America's ...
Rehberg's the one who listened to constituentsBillings GazetteAt a recent meeting held at the Conoco refinery for union members only, a supporter of Baucus stated she'd attended several of Rehberg's town hall meetings ...and more »
Tester, Baucus blast congressional Republicans' steady oppositionThe MissoulianBaucus said one ConocoPhillips employee told him she had attended several of Rehberg's town hall meetings. She said Rehberg didn't answer all the questions ...and more »
OPINION: No conflict next yearistockAnalyst.com (press release)MONDAY NIGHT, Tarboro Town Council is expected to ask NCDOT to remove the stoplight on North Main Street in front of Montana Tractors and Doug Henry Ford. ...
The Organized Crime LeBron James Outreach EffortFanHouseHe never got to give a Hall of Fame speech, but I think we can guess what it might have sounded like.) (BS) Miami Heat: Tony Montana. Tony Montana is not a ...and more »
HUFFPOST HILL - JUNE 8TH, 2010Huffington Post (blog)... OBAMA WANTS COBRA SUBSIDIES EXTENDED - President Obama pressed Congress to extend COBRA subsidies during a town hall question and answer session. ...and more »
June Proclaimed Pride Month. Who Knew?San Francisco Bay TimesPresident Obama issued a very nice proclamation on our behalf, and believe me, I do appreciate it even if his pledge to lead us into the light felt a little ...and more »
Battalion among hardest hit in Afghan warThe Associated PressJonathan Neumann, the battalion commander, from the tiny town of Baker in Montana. "You can't get from one side of the river to the other easily. ...and more »
Media's White House "bribe" falsehood driven by discredited sourcesMedia Matters for AmericaIn fact, in the town hall remarks Rove quoted, President Obama was paraphrasing the question he had just been asked -- "Why can we not have a universal ...
President Obama spoke at a town hall in Lorain County, Ohio, stressing the idea that while the economy may be rocky and the fight difficult, he will keep on fighting for health care and jobs as long as he's President. He said he's not pursuing this fight for poll reasons; in fact, he said, if he wanted his poll numbers to go up, he would "do nothing." January 22, 2009. Distributed by Tubemogul.
www.fat-rust.com - 08 Belgrade, MT, an angry mob of dangerous terrorists that included mothers, fathers, children,veterans and the highly-feared Independent party met to hear "the anointed one" deliver his health care sermon.
Dr Annie Bucacek at the Kalispell Rally part 4 Four Day Anti Vaccination Rally in Kalispell Montana Aug 27-30 '09 There is NO Health Care Crisis in America Government Causes HIGH COST of Health Care and Blames the Big Bad 4
Dr Annie Bucacek at the Kalispell Rally part 3 Four Day Anti Vaccination Rally in Kalispell Montana Aug 27-30 '09 There is NO Health Care Crisis in America Government Causes HIGH COST of Health Care and Blames the Big Bad 4
Dr Annie Bucacek at the Kalispell Rally part 1 Four Day Anti Vaccination Rally in Kalispell Montana Aug 27-30 '09 Lots of GREAT INFO. There is NO Health Care Crisis in America Government Causes HIGH COST of Health Care and Blames the Big Bad 4
Part 3 of 5 Four Day Anti Vaccination Rally in Kalispell Montana Aug 27-30 '09 Hawk spoke tonight 7 PM MT Lots of great speakers and info continues all weekend. If you are up that way, go join them! permission granted
Patriot Eric Olsen confronts Senator Baucus on radio's "Voices of Montana". Baucus runs a THUG activist group from his Billings office to push his agenda on the public montanashrugged.com He doesn't even bother to deny it! Baucus' thugs are same trouble-makers that showed up at the Bozeman Presidential Town Hall.
Sponsor: FreeKeene.com - More verbal backlash from the dual open carry events outside Obama visits. But sitting Service officials seem to be keeping their cool. Time article www.time.com Buy an ad on the Ridley Report: RidleyReport.com Images from: commons.wikimedia.org - Vid from http and YouTube.com william kostric eric holder barack obama morris dees militias splc ron paul sarah palin la fitness shooting open carry self defense george sodini shooting gym pittsburg ridleyreport new hampshire secret service us president protection safety security free state project portsmouth bozeman montana phoenix arizona dave ridley report barack obama open carry gun protests assault rifles pistols holsters health care reform secret service security free state project phoenix arizona public option insurance medical care obamacare ted kennedy teddie town hall meeting demonstrators ar-15 carbine
inflation.us What Really Happened forum.prisonplanet.com On Wednesday, August 5th it was announced locally that the President would be coming here. There are many groups here that are against his healthcare and huge spending so those groups began talking and deciding on what they were going to do. The White House would not release ANY details other than the date. On about Tuesday Bill found out that they would be holding the "Town Hall" at the airport. (This is only because Bill knows EVERYONE at the airport) Our airport is actually located outside of Belgrade (tiny town) in a very remote location. Nothing is around there. They chose to use a hangar that is the most remotely located hangar. You could not pick a more remote location, and you can not get to it easily. It is totally secluded from the public. FYI: We have many areas in Belgrade and Bozeman which could have held a large amount of folks with sufficient parking. (gymnasiums/auditoriums). All of which have chairs and tables, and would not have to be SHIPPED IN!! $$$$$ During the week, cargo by the TONS was being shipped in constantly. Airport employees could not believe how it just kept coming. Though it was our President coming several expressed how excessive it was, especially during a recession. $$$$$ Late Tuesday/early Wednesday the 12th, they said that tickets would be handed out on Thursday 9am at two locations and the president would be arriving around 12:30 Friday. Thursday morning about 600 tickets were ...
[visit www.mtlowdown.com for more] A sampling of the demonstrations that greeted attendees of President Barack Obama's health care town hall meeting in Belgrade, MT. Aug. 14, 2009.
The President holds a town hall on health insurance reform at Central High School in Grand Junction, Colorado. August 15, 2009. (Public Domain)
Unconvincing attempt by Campaign-Mode Obama to make it seem as though those who are vocally not on board with ObamaCare are somehow out of the mainstream. Latest polling on ObamaCare: Favor: 42% Oppose: 53% Those opposed are clearly in the majority, and this failed spin is likely to win many new converts for the president on his unpopular health care reform proposal. The ploy is particularly undermined by Obama's own proclamation during his 2008 campaign that he wanted his supporters to "argue with neighbors, get in their face." It is also undercut by Democratic Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's 2006 statement that she is a "fan of disruptors" who "understand(s) your anger."
President Barack Obama headed to Grand Junction, Colo., Saturday in his drive to overhaul the health care system. There, he held his second town hall-style meeting on health care in as many days. In a Montana airport hangar Friday, Obama faced a largely friendly crowd but also took a pointed question about his plans to pay for the massive overhaul.
THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Montana! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It's great to be here. Please, everybody have a seat, have a seat. Thank you so much. Thank you. I am excited to be back in Montana. (Applause.) I want to -- Q Where's Michelle? THE PRESIDENT: where's Michelle? Come on, what is this, chopped liver here? (Laughter.) Michelle and the girls were supposed to go white water rafting. Now, I just heard some rain out there, so I don't know what's going on there, but they're on their way. I want to first of all acknowledge some outstanding public officials and great friends. First of all, the man who is working tirelessly to make sure that the American people get a fair deal when it comes to health care in America, please give Max Baucus a big round of applause. (Applause.) One of my favorite people in Washington, probably because he hasn't "gone Washington" -- still gets the same haircut, give it up for John Tester. (Applause.) Your own star here in Montana, the great governor of this state, please give Brian Schweitzer and his lovely wife Nancy a big round of applause. (Applause.) The lieutenant governor, John Bohlinger, is here. Give John a big round of applause. (Applause.) The mayor of Belgrade, Russ Nelson, is here. (Applause.) The mayor of Bozeman, Kaaren Jacobson is here. And somebody who I believe is destined to be one of the greatest Secretaries of the Interior in our history, former senator from Colorado, Ken Salazar, is here. Please give Ken a big round of ...
Obama Presses Ahead On Health Care August 15, 2009: President Barack Obama appears at a "town hall" meeting in Montana to push his vision of health care reform, and who will foot the bill. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.
We gathered in Grand Junction Colorado, peacefully exercising our First Amendment Rights, to protest the President's and the Democrat controlled Congress attempt to gut and ruin our Health Care System. There were thousands in attendance to protest in the morning. In all fairness, the Democrats bused in a bunch of folks from Utah (who were in Montana the day before) to support the changes. There were about equal numbers for and against outside of Central High School, about a quarter mile from where the President lectured in his Town Hall (this was as close as we were allowed to approach)
President Obama made a trip to Bozeman, Montana for a town hall meeting and also a quick jaunt to Yellowstone National Park. I work at the airport and was lucky enough to see Air Force One take off
President Obama holds a town hall in Belgrade, Montana on health insurance reform. Before taking questions from the audience, the President discusses how health insurance reform will benefit all Americans because insurance companies will not be allowed to deny coverage based on pre-existing conditions. August 14, 2009. (Public Domain)
CNBC contributor Keith Boykin responds to "death panel" rumor from CNBC contributor Jerry Bowyer. The interview also includes Liz Chadderdon of the Chadderdon Group, Deroy Murdock of Scripps Howard and CNBC's Larry Kudlow on Friday, August 14, 2009.
This week, Ive been traveling across our country to discuss health insurance reform and to hear directly from folks like you your questions, your concerns, and your stories. Now, I know theres been a lot of attention paid to some of the town hall meetings that are going on around the country, especially those where tempers have flared. You know how TV loves a ruckus. But what you havent seen because its not as exciting are the many constructive meetings going on all over the country where Americans are airing their hopes and concerns about this very important issue. Ive been holding some of my own, and the stories Ive heard have really underscored why I believe so strongly that health insurance reform is a challenge we can't ignore. Theyre stories like Lori Hitchcocks, who I met in New Hampshire this week. Loris got a pre-existing condition, so no insurance company will cover her. Shes self-employed, and in this economy, she cant find a job that offers health care, so shes been uninsured for two years. Or theyre stories like Katie Gibsons, who I met in Montana. When Katie tried to change insurance companies, she was sure to list her pre-existing conditions on the application and even called her new company to confirm shed be covered. Two months later, she was dropped after shed already gone off her other insurance. These are the stories that arent being told stories of a health care system that works better for the insurance industry than it does for the American people ...
Don't watch cable news, yes, we cannot afford to pay for it all and yes, I will redistribute the wealth.
Anderson Cooper and panelists discuss Pres. Obama's town hall meetings on health care reform in Montana.
Obama Heads West for Health Care Reform August 14, 2009: President Barack Obama held a town hall-style event in conservative western Montana, where he made a spirited pitch for health care reform in what was a mostly friendly forum. NBC's Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd reports.
Obama Fields Question from NRA Member August 14, 2009: President Obama explains to a questioner at Friday's town hall meeting in Montana how the administration plans to pay for covering 46 million uninsured Americans.
Video Proof that President Obama sounded like Charlie Brown's teacher at Montana Town Hall. Commentary by Tammy Bruce on the O'Reilly Factor.
www.pbs.org In thisonline-only extra, Washington Week moderator and panel discuss the raging health care debate, preparations for the dreaded H1N1 flu season, escalating violence in Afghanistan, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 11-day trip to Africa. *You* can participate in Washington Week roundtable discussions. Each week moderator Gwen Ifill and a panel of top journalists take your questions during the Washington Week Webcast Extra. For more information go to www.pbs.org This weeks panelists: Janet Hook of the Los Angeles Times Michael Duffy of TIME Magazine James Kitfield of National Journal Janine Zacharia of Bloomberg News
Visit www.lanjut.in to Watch Exclusive Obama's Montana Town Hall Video. Enjoy the video.