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“World”  an excellent attack ad by American Crossroads.

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Skips by American Crossroads. Mr. President: It’s time to show up for work. But the empty chair and suit  is more fitting for your time in the White House. Time to go Obama, November 6, 2012.

The World Obama Made: The Sun Never Sets on Obama’s Failures Click Here

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Cashing in on Paul Ryan. Received this in my inbox today from Obama for America

Friend —

Today, just 72 hours after joining the GOP ticket, Paul Ryan is making a pilgrimage to the Sands’ Venetian casino in Las Vegas to kiss the ring of Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate who’s already donated more than $35 million to Republican groups in this election.

That’s the same Sheldon Adelson who gave $15 million to help Newt Gingrich against Mitt Romney in the primary, and said he may give $100 million — basically, whatever it costs — to defeat Barack Obama.

We’re starting to get a glimpse of how Romney plans to cash in on his vice presidential pick. Before Ryan’s even been fully introduced to the American people, he’s attending a private fundraiser in Vegas with the top super PAC donor.

We’re doing this differently, with ordinary people chipping in whatever they can afford — but it’s going to take a lot more of us to match them. Will you donate $5 or more today?

https://donate.barackobama.com/The-Fourth-Day

Thanks,

Julianna

Julianna Smoot
Deputy Campaign Manager
Obama for America

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America Deserves Better.

President Obama cannot run on his record, so he is committed to tearing down Mitt Romney. His campaign tried to use the tragedy of a woman’s death for political gain. Then, his top campaign aides were caught lying about it. Doesn’t America deserve better than a president who will do anything to stay in power?

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Top ten Obama donors funding Super Pac, Priorities USA  campaign against Mitt Romney. This group of people have donated $12.55 million to Priorities USA.

1. Jeffrey Katzenberg, CEO Dreamworks

2. Irwin Mark Jacobs, founder Qualcomm

3. Fred Eychaner, political activist

4. Barbara Stiefel, philanthropist

5. Amy Goldman, gardener

6. Steve Mostyn, trial lawyer

7. Kareem Ahmed, CEO of Landmark Medical Management

8. Bill Maher, TV host and comedian

9. Franklin Haney, real estate developer

10. Morgan Freeman, actor

 

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