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The Obama campaign is today beginning a new effort to enlist and educate at least 2 million supporters for a “grassroots communications team” they’re calling the Truth Team.
“The goal is to ensure that when Republicans attack President Obama’s record, grassroots supporters can take ownership of the campaign and share the facts with the undecided voters in their lives,” the campaign said in a statement.
The teams will be first launched in 13 “swing states,” including Iowa, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio and Virginia.
The rollout also includes a social media blitz, directing supporters to three new websites: KeepingHisWord.com, which highlights Obama’s record and “promises kept”; KeepingGOPHonest.com, which highlights GOP policy positions; and AttackWatch.com, which fact-checks claims made against Obama on the campaign trail.
Keeping his word: Stopping insider trading in Congress
“[T]he divide between this city and the rest of the country is at least as bad—and it seems to get worse every year. Some of this has to do with the corrosive influence of money in politics. So together, let’s take some steps to fix that. Send me a bill that bans insider trading by members of Congress; I will sign it tomorrow.”
—President Obama, January 24th, 2012
While President Obama is committed to NASA and it's future, Mitt Romney thinks it's better to cut back on NASA and leaving space exploration for the private sector.
The RNC is ratcheting up its negative attacks with a new ad falsely claiming that President Obama has not delivered on any of his promises.
Originally posted by Marid Audran
They should just call it the Ministry of Truth and be done with the whole charade.