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Friday’s Video Potpourri….Watch And Learn

By Jueseppi B.






President Obama Makes Some Calls


Published on Nov 2, 2012

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After early voting in Chicago, President Obama thanked volunteers over the phone.








Vice President Joe Biden Breaks Down the Romney-Ryan Plan forSeniors


Published on Nov 2, 2012

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Vice President Joe Biden breaks down the Romney-Ryan budget, how the budget affects seniors and what you can do to help win this election. In many states voting has already started, to get all the information you need to vote, go here:http://OFA.BO/PENHuZ






Mitt Romney‘s Closing Argument


Published on Nov 2, 2012

Mitt Romney’s Closing Argument








Romney vs. Sandy


Published on Oct 31, 2012 Much of the nation is still reeling from Hurricane Sandy. Our thoughts are with those who have been impacted.
When Mitt Romney made climate change a punchline at the Republican National Convention, he mocked a real threat to the lives of Americans.








Republican and Voting for President Obama


Published on Nov 2, 2012

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David and Christine Poulin from New Smyrna, Florida share why they’re Republicans and voting for President Obama. A few years ago their son Matthew was diagnosed with a rare condition attacking the heart. He survived after receiving a transplant and continues treatment with daily medications. Without the Affordable Care Act, the Poulins would be burdened with higher prescription drug costs and the threat of Matthew losing his health insurance.

As Christine and David share:

“If the Affordable Care Act were repealed there’s no way that we could afford the medical bills and prescriptions that come along with the heart transplant. The pre-existing condition clause was a big relief to us. When I heard Mitt Romney say that if he’s elected President he will repeal the Affordable Care Act on day one, it makes me angry.”

“The next president can decide the quality of my son’s life and the length of my son’s life. So if I vote for Governor Romney I’m voting for limiting my healthcare options for my son.”






Priorities USA Action: Connect the Dots (FL)


Published on Oct 31, 2012

If Mitt Romney wins, the middle class loses.






6 replies »

  1. My friend, I am reblogging and I am full of hope and excitement. How did you make the pictures into wallpaper? I hope you are well and how are things in Washington? Some people here still don’t have power. Are you Okay and settled into your new apartment?


    • I am glad you are full of hope and excitement. I am just ready for it to be November 7th, with the President victorious and us all taking a Fiji vacation. I am all moved in, all settled and broke as the 10 commandments. Why does a move always cost so much?

      I am in Iowa, just moved about 15 feet down the hall to a much bigger apartment and much nicer as well.

      To make the photos into wallpaper is simple/easy but you need a wordpress theme that allows you to make your own headers and backgrounds. Just save and crop the desired photo to fit your background page so it looks good, which takes some trial & error, and then upload it on your dashboard/appearances page.

      How are you doing? Don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour Saturday night/Sunday morning. 😉


    • Thank you for those 2 reblogs….I am a firm believer we need to share & spread news & information to ALL Americans. I appreciate that.😉


  2. The report Mitch McConnell doesn’t want you Americans to see is right here for you to download from:

    Download this 23 page report from Congressional Research Service:
    Taxes and the Economy: An Economic Analysis of the Top Tax Rates Since 1945


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