Obama Tours Tornado Ravaged Joplin

U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
People from around the state of Missouri hold signs of support before the start of a memorial service for the dead and missing in Joplin, Missouri on May 29, 2011. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm that hit Joplin on May 22. U.S. President Obama joined Missouri Governor Jay Nixon to tour the damaged areas. UPI/Tom Uhlenbrock
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks during a memorial service for the dead and missing in Joplin, Missouri on May 29, 2011. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm that hit Joplin on May 22. UPI/Tom Uhlenbrock
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (L) greets U.S. President Barack Obama during a memorial service for the dead and missing in Joplin,Missouri on May 29, 2011. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm that hit Joplin on May 22. The two also toured the tornado damaged areas. UPI/Tom Uhlenbrock
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
Missouri Governor Jay Nixon speaks during a memorial service fdor the dead and missing in Joplin,Missouri on May 29, 2011. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm that hit Joplin on May 22. U.S. President Obama joined Nixon to tour the damaged areas. UPI/Tom Uhlenbrock
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Obama tours Tornado ravaged Joplin, Missouri
U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at Missouri Southern State University during a memorial service for the dead and missing in Joplin, Missouri on May 29, 2011. More than 130 people have been reported killed in the storm that hit Joplin on May 22. Obama joined Missouri Governor Jay Nixon to tour the damaged areas. UPI/Tom Uhlenbrock
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) Marine One departs for Andrews Air Force base with U.S. President Barack Obama onboard heading to Joplin, Missouri on May 29, 2011 in Washington, DC. Obama is traveling to Joplin to survey damage caused by last week's deadly tornado and meet with victims. (Photo by Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama salutes a Marine Guard before departing for Joplin, Missouri on May 29, 2011 in Washington, DC. Obama is traveling to Joplin to survey damage caused by last week's deadly tornado and meet with victims. (Photo by Ron Sachs-Pool/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama is hugged by a victim while paying a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama walks with Missouri Governor Jay Nixon as they greet people during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (L) speak during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama surveys damage as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency William Fugate,  President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to Joplin, Mo., the town that was devastated by a tornado. May 29, 2011  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)etty/Joe Raedle
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) (L - R) Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, William Fugate, U.S. U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency William Fugate, President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to Joplin, Mo., the town that was devastated by a tornado. May 29, 2011 (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)etty/Joe Raedle
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama greets people as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama (C) and other officials tour the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) A member of the military salutes as U.S. President Barack Obama drives by in his motorcade as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) People take photos as U.S. President Barack Obama drives by in his motorcade as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) People take photos as U.S. President Barack Obama drives by in his motorcade as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon (L) walk together during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) People take photos as U.S. President Barack Obama drives by in his motorcade as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) People take photos as U.S. President Barack Obama drives by in his motorcade as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama greets a resident as he pays a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29:  (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
President Obama Visits Joplin, Missouri In Aftermath Of Devastating Tornado
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
JOPLIN, MO - MAY 29: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Barack Obama and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon walk together during a visit to the community that was devastated a week ago by a tornado on May 29, 2011 in Joplin, Missouri. The tornado, which was packing winds of more than 200 mph, is now considered to hold the record for the highest death toll in U.S. history. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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