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White House Cheat Sheet: The Debut

Welcome to the newest Fix feature -- our daily rundown of the news you need to know about the White House of President Barack Obama.

We started the cheat sheet during the party conventions over the summer and had so much fun with it that we thought it would be just the thing to bring Fix readers the latest and (we hope) greatest from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and beyond.

The cheat sheet -- like The Fix itself -- is a work in progress so make sure to use the comments section below to let us know what you like (and, sigh, what you don't) about our latest feature. We're likely to add a video component -- featuring yours truly -- sometime soon so stay tuned.

If you remember nothing else about the cheat sheet, remember this: You'll be able to find it in this spot every morning. So check back. Frequently.

Let's cheat!

Sked Stuff: After a 16-hour day (at least) Obama could be forgiven for taking things a bit more slowly today. His public schedule -- what little of it has been released -- suggests he is going a different route. He'll be at the National Prayer breakfast at 10 a.m. and then hosts an open house at the White House (there's still time to sign up) a la Bill Clinton in 1993. In between, Obama will fit in a few meetings -- on fixing the economy and beginning the troop draw down in Iraq. No big deal.

News Nugget: White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel made sure the government knew there was a new sheriff in town late Tuesday when he put his John Hancock on a memo to all agencies suspending any pending regulations until a full legal review was conducted. That means no under-the-wire changes made by former President George W. Bush will slip into law in the early days of the Obama Administration as senior aides are still figuring out where the bathrooms are and how the email system works. Speaking of which...

Transition Tumult: Top aides to the president -- including Emanuel -- sent out missives Tuesday morning letting reporters know that the transition office phone numbers and email addresses wouldn't work after noon on Tuesday. The problem? The White House email system won't be set up for the next 24 to 36 hours -- making some of the aides (blissfully?) incommunicado in that time. Thank God for Gmail!

If You Can Make It There: Not to steal Obama's thunder or anything but smart Empire State wags seem to believe that today will be the day (finally) that Gov. David Paterson (D) announces his pick to fill the Senate seat being vacated by soon-to-be Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. (Clinton was supposed to be confirmed by the full Senate Tuesday but John Cornyn of Texas held up the nomination a day in hopes of gaining more transparency from the Clinton Foundation. Did we mention Cornyn is the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee? Hmm.....)

Go Back and See: The New York Times magazine photo spread of dozens of key advisers to the 44th president of the United States. It's stunningly well done and provides a window into the soul of each person that not even the best written story (even one by the Fix!) can do. It's not miss-able if you plan to follow the new Administration as closely as we do. Our favorite? The pic of David "Ax" Axelrod. (The gallery can be found here.)

Say What?: "How good looking is my wife?" -- Obama about Michelle Obama in this dress.

By Chris Cillizza  |  January 21, 2009; 6:31 AM ET
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wait..i guess a "compromise" has been reached.
he gets to keep it for personal use...

((( as long as he doesn't walk into statues)

RE: the 1700 a month entry. albeit, i probably curtailed my lifestyle enough to make it on that much (circa 2001)--but i am single and don't have alot of bills (old lady me). But the FPL is a joke is what i mean..... ((( LOL )))

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 22, 2009 3:16 PM | Report abuse

no he wasn't.
it broke in the press this morning.

he is getting a newer, secured, better toy than a blackberry.

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 22, 2009 3:11 PM | Report abuse

Totally - or partly off subject, and slightly frivolous: does anybody know if the Prez. was finally able to hold on to his blackberry?
Just curious...

Posted by: agnesburon | January 21, 2009 6:56 PM | Report abuse

Let me try this again without the typos.

TheBabeNemo wrote, "In 2001, in Arizona, the FPL---you could still get on the "state low income healthcare program" if you were single and made 1700.00 (gross) a month. Damn, I can live like a queen on 1700. No lie."

That'd be about 20k a year. Try paying full price for private individual health insurance on that income. Or see what happens the first time you're hospitalized for a week.

I blame those typos on right index finger fatigue suffered as a result of having to go to the blog directory to find The Fix, resulting in two extra mouse clicks per visit. I'm off now to recover my strength.

Posted by: officermancuso | January 21, 2009 5:57 PM | Report abuse

i can't wait to see what happens this year, im really curious! 99problems.org is addressing 99 problems in 99 days and should be talked about and try to get them resolved

Posted by: grabtrees | January 21, 2009 5:05 PM | Report abuse

TheBabeNemo wrote, "In 2001, in Arizona, the FPL---you could still get on the "state low income healthcare program" if you were single and made 1700.00 (gross) a month. Damn, I can live like a queen on 1700. No lie."

That's be about 20k a year. Tying paying full price for private individual health insurance on that income. Or see what happens the first time you're hospitalized for a week.

Posted by: officermancuso | January 21, 2009 3:25 PM | Report abuse

Well, Chis, that kabuki dance, the Geithner hearings, are over and it looks like this dangerous moron will be confirmed. God, just what we need, a Washington insider with the competence of a stump! Giethner doesn't understand economic and statistical modeling, is utterly devoid of knowledge of modern computational skills, and trots out the same lame "fixes", in new clothes, as have already been attempted and found wanting. Oh well, just as the model predicted that Bank Of America would fail when it took over Merrill Lynch, is predicting that Fiat's acquisition of Chrysler will kill both companies within 6 months, that model has Geithner's ideas resulting in a domino collapse of the West's banking systems (e.g., not just ours, but the banking system in Europe, too; especially vulnerable is Barley's) within the year. One unintended consequence of his incompetence will be rapidly rising credit card rates, which is going to lead to increased bankruptcies, an abrupt climb in unemployment, and what you pundits will refer to as the Second Economic Crisis. What a mess!

Posted by: mibrooks27 | January 21, 2009 2:56 PM | Report abuse

"feeling great" - emotion not based on reality.
Posted by: leapin
___________________________

"Feeling Great" is the feeling you get when you "STOP BANGING YOUR FRIGGIN HEAD AGAINST THE FRIGGIN WALL"!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 2:46 PM | Report abuse

TheBabeNemo ,,
I suggest you "RANDOM ID'S" just get more "RANDOM" like "BUFYDABUFFER!@#"

I also want to warn WAPO that their ad sales (aka "POPUPS") are tanking.

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 2:41 PM | Report abuse

mattadamsdietmanager1014 -

"When the entire world was feeling great about our 80% approval rating great President OBAMA they were on their programs being negative'

The "entire world" is not 80%.

"feeling great" - emotion not based on reality.

"great President OBAMA" How do you define "great" based on the first day on the job?

Posted by: leapin | January 21, 2009 2:36 PM | Report abuse

Damn, I can live like a queen on 1700. No lie.
Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 2:18 PM
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Of course it's not a lie. Who would question the honesity of it,,GEORGE WALKER PUKE?

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 2:35 PM | Report abuse

LET US RISE NEW ORLEANS,,yeah,,I'm gonna go back home!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 2:27 PM | Report abuse

mibrooks:

true. unemployment in double digits.
i fear it will happen in 2009.

plus, you know....we are using 1940s and 1950s equations for the FPL, unemployment, GNP, etc. These equations need to be revamped big time.
Maybe this "halting regulations" will help. Re-vamp these equations we base our federal poverty level on (and other programs).
In 2001, in Arizona, the FPL---you could still get on the "state low income healthcare program" if you were single and made 1700.00 (gross) a month. Damn, I can live like a queen on 1700. No lie.

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 2:18 PM | Report abuse

I still remember that day when my cousin Caroline and my brother Ronald were not allowed to swim with me in the pool. I could not figure it out,,but I went with them to the pool that the three of us could swim together,,it was a much better pool! That was City Park,,New Orleans La,,circa 1942 ( as best I can recollect)!

We have dead in New Orleans,,,especially around St. Barnard's parish. George Walker Bush allowed my Grandfather's Bonebox to be desecrated!
HE MUST DIE!!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 2:18 PM | Report abuse

btw, Paterson was being interviewed yesterday and he joked that he'd made his choice – he said we needed another woman in the Senate and that New York needed a Senator who had Obama's ear –– so he's naming Michelle Obama.

Sorta funny, but if he cites those criteria (even in jest), who do you suppose his choice will be?

Posted by: FlownOver | January 21, 2009 2:10 PM | Report abuse

Chris:

Get real. John Cornyn of Texas held up the nomination a day in hopes of gaining more attention for John Cornyn.

Posted by: FlownOver | January 21, 2009 2:06 PM | Report abuse

Jermiah 2,,
The reason they call him the "MESSIAH" is because they have no respect for JESUS! They use the name of JESUS the same way they use their toilet paper!
___________________________
BTW I did not live during the time of JESUS so all I have is a feeling that He would fight with Barack! Messiah?---That's just "PRIEST BS"! Humans who love their Humanity,,,that is JESUS to me!!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 1:29 PM | Report abuse

JRM2 - You are wrong about default rates being about the same across racial lines. Actually, loan defaults, bankruptcy filings, and other financial dodges are more used by white upper income people than by lower income or racial minorities. In fact, the default rate is at least three times higher for upper income whites than it is for lower income minorities. This flies in the face of "conventional wisdom", but, in this case, "conventional wisdom" is based on the blathers of air bags like Rush Limbaugh and Fox News, and one thing ll of us are learning is, the value of gas being passed by a fart is of more value and many times sweeter than the air passed through their lips.

Posted by: mibrooks27 | January 21, 2009 1:21 PM | Report abuse

Now there's a thought: silent video political commentaries. Tough challenge. The only thing I can envision would be pointing at a picture of someone and laughing. Hey, with the right hat, cane and mustache, it could work!
____________________________
The hat was BLACK FEDORA, the Cane was used only from the "WHEELCHAIR" to the Warmed Up Getaway Car---the "MURDERING THIEF,,,DICK CHENEY,,ESCAPING___NOT!!
That was "YOU'RE CRIPPLED OLD THUG" trying to escape Mancuso!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 1:17 PM | Report abuse

Now I know why right-wingnuts call Obama the "Messiah", it's because it is going to take a Messiah to get us out of this multi-faceted mess created by 8 years of Republican rule.

Posted by: JRM2 | January 21, 2009 1:17 PM | Report abuse

The banks are in trouble because of Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Bill Clinton and the rest of dem crew because they pressured the Banks to make bad loans to people who couldn't repay them."

Posted by: vbhoomes | January 21, 2009 7:55 AM |"
---------
vbhoomes, what the Dems did was to make sure banks were not discriminating on the basis of race, which, by the way WAS happening. A black person could not get a loan for a home even though they were just as qualified financially as others who were getting loans. It's called fairness.

I know that right-wingnuts like to blame it on minorities but I think you will see that the rate of defaults is equal across racial lines.

Posted by: JRM2 | January 21, 2009 1:14 PM | Report abuse

vbhoomes - I, and a lot of other liberals, are deeply concerned about the bailout money, too. We also are troubled by the possibility of a new round of WPA make work programs that essentially create dead end jobs that do nothing. Maybe we'll get lucky, though, and end up with something like Eisenhower's interstate highway system or Lincoln's railroad system - something that brings new life to the country. What is the alternative? If we do nothing, every indication is that our economy will collapse. Banks will go under and, with FDIC insurance, the federal government is looking at something like 8 trillion dollars in insured savings they will have to back. Businesses will fall like dominos and unemployment will hit 30%. Tax revenue loses will force massive layoff of state and local government employees (which I happen to like, but that's another story), cutbacks of benefits, failed retirement programs. This country can easily spiral out of control. We came very very close to that in the Great Depression. It was so bad that the wealthy hid their wealth, did not hold parties, dressed down, drove old cars, and even then had to hire private security because so many people were so angry that a French Revolution was a real possibility. Now, one thing that economic modeling tells me is that is, again, a very real possibility. The "expert" predictions of 10% unemployment are off the mark by at least half and "recovery" isn't going to happen in 2009. In fact, the peak of this depression, for that is what this is, wont even happen until LATE 2010.So... either we try something or we face the very real possibility of the end of this country, millions of people dead from violence and disease and starvation, a complete end to most of our basic social institutions.

Posted by: mibrooks27 | January 21, 2009 1:00 PM | Report abuse

what about Al Gore involvement?????

isn't he being issued "an office" ????

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 12:53 PM | Report abuse

Itzajob wrote, "So if you move all of your content into the talkies (silent might be OK!), you'll lose a major chunk of your audience."

Now there's a thought: silent video political commentaries. Tough challenge. The only thing I can envision would be pointing at a picture of someone and laughing. Hey, with the right hat, cane and mustache, it could work!

Posted by: officermancuso | January 21, 2009 12:49 PM | Report abuse

How good-looking is Michelle Obama? Breathtakingly beautiful last night! And Beyonce singing "At Last" while the Obamas danced was one of the highlights of the Inauguration. And how about that Inaugural Poem - I loved it, haven't heard much said about it.

Posted by: annieb346 | January 21, 2009 12:38 PM | Report abuse

vbhoomes writes
"I simply meant the economy is now on his watch, along with the democratic Congress. Yes, I was against the bailout money and I fault both Bush & Obama as well of the R's and D's who voted for it. Now we know it didn't work"

It depends on what you think the goal of the bailout was. As I recall, the role of the bailout was to keep the economy from collapsing, and keep most banks solvent. In that regard, the bailout money served its purpose. In retrospect its fairly clear that people who approved the money should have done things differently. Hindsight tends to work that way. Perhaps the real error is in presuming that systemic problems created over decades can be solved by a one-time cash infusion of a relatively trivial sum (relative to the size of our economy) in a few months time.

Posted by: bsimon1 | January 21, 2009 12:35 PM | Report abuse

I guess Cornyn has six more years before he gets voted out of office so why should he worry. I am thinking if he keeps it up he will lose 3-5 more seats in the next cycle. I keep wondering whent the two ladies from Maine are going to switch parties... I think one of them would be a great chairperson of homeland security.

Posted by: bradcpa | January 21, 2009 12:26 PM | Report abuse

what was Rahm's phone number again????

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 12:14 PM | Report abuse

What's with the people that think anytime they have used the word "SOCIAL" they've made a profound statement against being social? What's with that, huh? Don't these people realize they are "ANTI-SOCIAL"!
_________________________

I've proofread the above,,if it double talks again when posted contact:
Danna Millbank or Cris Cillizza
c/o WAPO CRAPPO
Washinghton, BS

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 11:58 AM | Report abuse

What's with the people that think anytime they haved used the word "SOCIAL" they've made a profound statement against being social? What's with that, huh? Don't these people realize they are "ANTI-SOCIAL"!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 11:52 AM | Report abuse

Opps, I meant Chris,,"GET AWAY FROM THE JERRY SPRINGER FORMAT!"
WOW,,the "Millbank and Cillizza" scream and throw garbage shows are so much alike!

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 11:42 AM | Report abuse

Dana,,I suggest that you get away from the JERRY SPRINGER format.

Posted by: mudbone | January 21, 2009 11:36 AM | Report abuse


chris,
don't forget the new office of
Social Innovations
that will be announced today !

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 11:09 AM | Report abuse

HEY...knock it off with the repeating entries scrivener. Jesus frogs, isn't closing Gitmo good enough for you. Go talk to the Geneva Convention.

But for today, I will take Rahm Emmanuel. Oh yeah baby. In fact, give me the Emmanuel Triplets.

"a memo to all FEDERAL agencies to suspend any pending regulations"
HECK, that was at 12:15pm after President Obama took the oath.
YES !! I don't think you all realize how important this little MEMO is!!!

and at 12:01p.m., the White House WEBSITE was taken over. It is fabulous!

All your Republican ancestors rolling in their graves. At least they are rocking and rolling!

Posted by: TheBabeNemo | January 21, 2009 11:08 AM | Report abuse

Dear Washington Post:

Your Messiah, your annointed one, your leader made alot of promises over the last year, now what is he going to do? Obama speaks well but says nothing, so far. The leftists of this country have about 2 years to show improvements in our economy, to have no terror incidents within our borders, to control the border of Mexico, and to leave the 2nd Amendment alone. If these factors are not brought forth, the majority of the people will start to rethink their worship of this man. We know that the Post will protect this man any way they can, no matter what happens, but he is not big to fail.

Posted by: walterndebby | January 21, 2009 10:49 AM | Report abuse

The problem is that everyone wants to blame some well defined culprit for the economic disaster that we are currently experiencing. It was the Bush administration, it was Wall Street, it was Congress, it was the greedy mortgage companies, etc., etc.

This problem did not happen over night; it took decades of restructuring of our economy due to many factors, including globalization. It is caused by labor in the US being priced out of the world market, so manufacturing went to labor markets that are more competitive. Low end wages (unskilled labor) are depressed to the level that most Americans cannot afford to live on due to the huge influx of illegal immigrants working off the books for wages much better than their homeland and not paying taxes or Social Security. It is caused by our society's tendency to live off credit as evidenced by the average American savings rate slipping to a -0.1 percent at one point. It is caused by our economy becoming more serviced based rather than manufacturing based; we don't produce much here in America anymore. It is caused by a sense of entitlement to the good life, especially with the younger generations; they live way beyond their means. It is caused by the unconscionable easing of credit to the point that people were allowed to buy things, particularly housing, that they in no way could afford. It is caused by people actually believing that they could make these purchasing decisions without negative consequences.

The fact of the matter is, we are all the problem. We did not correct our aberrant behavior on our own, so economics is giving us jolt back to reality. I believe that we are not yet near the end. We have a lot more correction yet to come because we are so out of kilter with reality.

Blame whomever you want, but don't leave yourself out.

Posted by: Publius12 | January 21, 2009 10:28 AM | Report abuse

Don't go overboard with that video, Chris.

Yes, I know, it's 21st century and all. But most of your Fixistas are probably daytime Fixistas, and most of those probably sneak their Fix in at work (during lunchtime and excessively long and boring conference calls only, of course).

So if you move all of your content into the talkies (silent might be OK!), you'll lose a major chunk of your audience. That's why I cut back on reading Dana Milbank. Too much noisy video.

It's not that I don't want to see your cute Gen Y face. It's just that when I do, I'll watch you on MSNBC (or wherever) while I'm home making/eating dinner.

Posted by: Itzajob | January 21, 2009 9:55 AM | Report abuse

PRESIDENT OBAMA: BAN THE ROOT CAUSE OF TORTURE

As your first major act, please ban MORE THAN TORTURE...

...Ban policies of EXTRAJUDICIAL TARGETING AND PUNISHMENT... policies that breed torture and human rights abuses AT HOME as well as abroad.

Extrajudicial targeting and punishment allows a calculated bypass of the judicial system... paving the way for human rights abuses -- including DOMESTIC TORTURE VIA RADIATION WEAPONRY that is being widely deployed among law enforcement, the military, and intelligence agencies.

Mr. Obama, domestic torture and physical assault by way of high-tech devices and weapons CONTINUES TO THIS DAY in communities throughout America...

... a covert evil that is happening with the apparent knowledge and approval of U.S. security forces.

And multi-agency "programs of personal destruction" also continue -- what could be rightly defined as an "American Gestapo."

A "parallel system" of transaction processing -- sold as a "tool" in the war on terror -- is being used against "targeted" American citizens who have been denied their due process rights.

The overwhelming number of these "targeted individuals" are innocent of any wrongdoing, and are being subject to endless investigation and extrajudicial punishment due to their political beliefs, their perceived "activism," and for other ideological reasons.

These Bush era programs continue -- and the authoritarians who established them now work for YOU, Mr. President. Please take action to ensure that the rule of law is restored -- and that the officials who have detrayed their oaths of office are REMOVED FROM POWER and brought to justice.

http://my.nowpublic.com/world/plea-obama-ban-extrajudicial-policies-behind-torture

OR (if link is disabled):

http://My.NowPublic.com/scrivener

Posted by: scrivener50 | January 21, 2009 9:52 AM | Report abuse

Blarg I simply meant the economy is now on his watch, along with the democratic Congress. Yes, I was against the bailout money and I fault both Bush & Obama as well of the R's and D's who voted for it. Now we know it didn't work, and the Banks say they need another trillion dollars. Put that on top of the Trillion Obama plans on blowing like a drunken sailor on shore leave and you have national debt that will squeeze the lifeblood out the next two generations. Republicans share a lot if not most of the blame for the current debt, but please let's put down the shovel and quit digging our hole deeper.

Posted by: vbhoomes | January 21, 2009 9:33 AM | Report abuse

Do you know how people will be choosen for the open house?

Posted by: naptownmom23 | January 21, 2009 9:32 AM | Report abuse

"Hopefully their be no further talk insinuating the banks are going to be nationalized." - vbhoomes

Well, with you dolts finally marginalized, many non-issues aught to drop off the national radar in short order. [The "fairness doctrine" BS is another bit of fantasy I won't miss].

Posted by: mobedda | January 21, 2009 9:26 AM | Report abuse

I didn't know the stock market belonged to the president, vbhoomes. You must be upset at Bush for making his stock market plunge last year. And for putting so much federal money towards the banks. Or was that Obama's fault too, retroactively?

Posted by: Blarg | January 21, 2009 9:07 AM | Report abuse

Of course you are right "Mark in Austin" their is plenty of blame to go around but when people and the New York Times try to put it all on Bush, then you have to respond in a partisan fashion to give it balance.

Posted by: vbhoomes | January 21, 2009 8:53 AM | Report abuse

Why the real culprits, the bankers and the regulators who allowed this to happen are not in jail is beyond me. But some of them are being investigated [by the Bush Justice Dept] so some may end up where they belong. Try to get your news from somewhere beside Fox, bhoomes. You might learn something.

Posted by: drindl | January 21, 2009 8:45 AM | Report abuse

bhoomes, I think you are taking a one dimensional view. I could easily make this out to be an R problem by detailing the rescission of Shay-Johnson oversight rules for "new" securities, but that would be one dimensional, too. If there ever was a situation that called for everyone to say I did part of this, this is it. Greenspan stepped up to the plate when he admitted his role, in retrospect. "Flawed model"...thought banks would look out for their customers, as I recall. Plenty of blame to go around. Mortgage backed securities? Sure. Reinsuring them without reserves? Sure. Easy lending? Sure. I could go on. Like Volcker says -
he was one of the ones who publicly predicted this in '05 - they were all having too much fun.

Posted by: mark_in_austin | January 21, 2009 8:22 AM | Report abuse

You would be totally wrong about that Drindl. The banks are in trouble because of Barney Frank, Chris Dodd, Bill Clinton and the rest of dem crew because they pressured the Banks to make bad loans to people who couldn't repay them. Fannie May and freddie Mac are Democratic creations and Franklin Raines used it like his own piggy bank. Why he is not in jail is hard for me to understand.

Posted by: vbhoomes | January 21, 2009 7:55 AM | Report abuse

Sadly, bhoomes, you have no idea what you are talking about.The 'free marketers' run amuck is exactly what got us where we are today. It's crashing because the banks are failing due to their own malpractice and republican deregulation.

Posted by: drindl | January 21, 2009 7:38 AM | Report abuse

Rest in Peace RIP Republicans. FOX NEWS, Hannity , Rush and Oreilly make me sick to my stomach. When the entire world was feeling great about our 80% approval rating great President OBAMA they were on their programs being negative. I will be working with other groups and commitees to get these HATEFUL programs off our airwaves.
Congresswoman Louise M. Slaughter: Sign a Petition
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Posted by: mattadamsdietmanager1014 | January 21, 2009 7:28 AM | Report abuse

Hopefully their be no further talk insinuating the banks are going to be nationalized. The stock market now belongs to you Barack. If you want it to crash more keep talking like a socialist.

Posted by: vbhoomes | January 21, 2009 7:13 AM | Report abuse

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