What Day Does Obama Dread Most?
12:30 pm, November 1st | by Laura Donovan
President Barack Obama has a ton to worry about this week: the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, that election thing, the economy, etc., but none of these things take away from the fact that his eldest daughter Malia is a high school student and slowly but surely going to start doing more grown-up things. Speaking to Us Weekly about five things that people may not know about him, the president said:
“Malia entered high school this year. I’m not looking forward to when she’s old enough to go to prom.”
We’re more nervous for the guy the young lady takes to the big event, as there’s almost nothing more stressful than courting the president’s daughter. Obama has made similar comments before, stating he hopes Malia’s skirts will remain long as she ages. Oh, dads.
After talking about his family, our nation’s leader encouraged readers to vote and take care of it ahead of time:
“I voted early in Chicago. No matter who you’re voting for, there’s no reason to stay home and not make your voice heard in this election. Find out how you can vote early at GottaVote.com.”
Here’s to hoping Sandy won’t slow down the process!