White House New Year’s Resolutions

Jan 6, 2012 5:13pm

It’s that time of year again, when everyone lays out their expectations, hopes and resolutions for the new year. And the White House is no exception.

Resolutions from the staffers at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue range from “working out a little bit more,” to “stop biting my nails,” to “never miss a Taco Wednesday,” as revealed in a White House online video.

White House Press Secretary Jay Carney wants to lose some weight and spend more time with his kids, and he vowed that he is “never going to end a sentence with a preposition in the briefing.”

President Obama offered his resolution for 2012 in a speech earlier this week.

“One of my New Year’s resolutions is to make sure that I get out of Washington and spend time with folks like you,” he told the crowd at Shaker Heights High School outside of Cleveland on Wednesday.

But it’s the Obama’s dog, Bo, who may have the resolution that we aspire most to accomplish.

“A better work/life balance,” Bo “says” in the video.

Apparently, being the first pooch is a demanding gig.

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