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Obama is Exceptional

Obama is Exceptional
By liberal Taylor

I am proud of being an exceptional man in an exceptional country called the United States of America. This is a country that has the Bill of Rights, the New Deal and won world wars. I am even prouder of the fact that we finally overcame racism by electing Barack Hussein Obama as our President. I can now finally say that everything is going to be alright now that Obama is in charge.

One of the first things he did was pass a stimulus bill that saved the economy and jobs. Thanks to this stimulus, many Americans are no longer unemployed and are able to enjoy time to protest Republicans and corporations in the occupy wall street movement, which is supported by our president. Most of all, the stimulus bailed out the poor and wisely stopped the recession.

Another achievement under President Obama was fixing healthcare. We all know that President Obama cares about us and that’s why Republicans call the reform obamacare. Under his healthcare reform, prices for insurance premiums went down for everyone, healthcare corporations lost money, and our healthcare now is closer to what Europeans enjoy. His speeches on reform were also so inspiring. It is just depressing that so many people think this reform is so bad because of racist Republican propaganda.

Obama’s major victory was killing terrorists. I remember 9/11 like it was Tuesday morning when those horrible attacks were shown on CNN while I was at home in southern California. I still feel like I was in midtown New York City when those towers went down. Fortunately, no one I knew died from the attacks but I always dress in black every 9/11 to remember all those who died because I am a proud American.

I am writing a bit more about killing terrorists because I was deeply moved by the 9/11 attacks. While Bush stumbled in his attempts at getting Bin Laden, Obama was able to kill him as he promised and made better use of the Patriot Act and enhanced interrogation that Bush couldn’t do. This is how I know President Obama is a good leader; he was able to kill terrorists with great success and with style.

Our President is a good judge, legislator and avenger and this is why I trust him with the War on Terror, with managing my healthcare and most of all the economy. All of these things would be squandered if Republicans took over. For those whiners who think President Obama isn’t that great, I want to remind you that he avenged those killed in 9/11, makes great speeches and is part of the 99%.  Only Republicans are the country’s problem while President Barack Obama is the final solution.

That being said, vote for President Obama in the 2012 election. After all, he is the only one we can trust who will make America stronger and more secure from the corporations and terrorists.

“It’s OK because Obama is President”

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Ron Paul: Money Bomb ticker up for one more day

As I finished speaking to the Greenville Tea Party last night after the 1st debate, I realized that we might be experiencing something truly special.

Hundreds of energized people from all walks of life stuck around to visit with me after the FOX News debate, and after running on full cylinders all day, I was finally able to reflect on everything that had happened.

Yesterday, we saw something bigger than just you and me.  We saw the culmination of years of work by so many untold thousands of people, who are ready to reclaim our Liberty from decades of growing government.

We saw a day that generated tremendous buzz and could help launch a victorious Presidential campaign.

First, we saw two polls that show tremendous movement. A Suffolk University poll shows me tied for second place in New Hampshire.

And, a new national poll conducted by CNN shows me polling at 10 percent, in fourth place, just six points out of first place. We are within striking distance of the leader in what is largely considered a weak frontrunners.

But, perhaps most exciting was the news that sat atop the popular Drudge Report website all evening.  In that same poll, I was the strongest among all potential Republican challengers in a head to head match-up against President Obama.

You and I understand that our message of Liberty and Limited Government can unite this country and pull us back from the financial abyss that Washington has pushed us toward.  And, proving that it will take our ideas, not recycling of the last twenty, to beat Obama will bring us ever-growing support in the Republican primary.

But perhaps most importantly, my friends from all over the country came together once again to back a tremendous fundraising effort.

Yesterday’s grassroots Money Bomb raised over $1 Million dollars in twenty-four hours for our Exploratory Committee. I am deeply grateful, and so proud of the attention it has gotten us.  This USA Today article is just one example of the attention you helped generate .

To capitalize on yesterday’s tremendous accomplishments, we are going to keep the Money Bomb ticker up for one more day.

If you were not able to take part yesterday, please consider chipping in today. Some people are giving as much as $2,500 (the maximum allowed), and others have already pledged to give $1,000, $500, or $250.

Many others are giving $10, $25, or $50.

Whatever you can do will help us send a clear message to the political establishment that our movement is here to stay, and our issues will not go away.

Thank you for all that you do in the name of Liberty.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul

P.S. Next week, I will be heading to Iowa Tuesday and New Hampshire on Thursday and Friday.  Look for some big media and some important announcements as we unfold our plans for 2012.

Ron Paul Money Bomb – 1 Million Dollars is in sight

The first debate is now over, and it has been quite a day!

My trip to Greenville, SC has been a great success, and the debate went well. Our issues are resonating with the American people like never before.

And the CNN poll that came out today really shows how far you and I have come.

According to that poll, I am running a strong second in New Hampshire and am tied for third nation-wide.

But even more important, I am the most likely Republican to beat Obama in 2012.

And today’s money bomb has been a huge success.

As I write this we have raised over $950,000 in this effort.

With less than one hour to go in the day (on the East Coast), we are very close to $1 million!

Let’s post a number that will pop their eyes out of their sockets and show them the liberty movement is a force to be reckoned with.

So please, chip in to help make the Debate Day Money Bomb a huge success.

Some people are giving as much as $2,500 (the maximum allowed), and others have already pledged to give $1,000, $500, or $250.

Many others are giving $10, $25, or $50.

Whatever you can do will help us send a clear message to the political establishment that our movement is here to stay, and our issues will not go away.

So click here to make a generous contribution of $10, $25, $50, or even $2,500 – the maximum allowed – to help make the Debate Day Money Bomb a massive success.

Thank you for all that you do in the name of Liberty.

For Liberty,

Ron Paul