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Today, President Obama sent out a campaign email essentially blaming his supporters if he loses. See, he’s supposedly being outspent. And because he’s supposedly being outspent, he’s losing. And he can’t spend more money unless his supporters fork it over.
Several key voting blocs that Barack Obama desperately needs to pull off a re-election bid this year are expressing alarm over his leadership and the direction he’s taking the nation, according to a new poll.
“Poll numbers for political figures tend to be like cement – the longer they sit at low levels without significant rebounds, the harder it becomes to make them move much at all,” Wenzel said at the time. “Voters appear to have drawn conclusions about Obama’s performance in office and his capacity to lead.
“It will be very difficult for him to recover under good circumstances, and there is now no hint on the horizon that the economy or America’s gaping political divide will heal anytime soon,” he said.
Originally posted by Thunder heart woman
The last time a bunch of money came up missing from the fed reserve, 9/11 happened.
Originally posted by Thunder heart woman
Well, Mittens is gonna get it. He'll be the new puppet, dancing to their tunes.
When I'm out there talking to voters, we talk about what we've done, what we plan to do over the next four years, and why the other guys have dangerous plans to go back to the policies that failed America for almost a decade.
But there is another question that keeps coming up, and you need to know about it: "Why do I see so many more ads for the other guys?"
You don't need me to tell you that the Romney campaign is outraising us -- that billionaire ideologues and corporate interests are piling on tens of millions more in negative ads trashing us, and that all of it means that undecided voters in battleground states like Iowa could be seeing false, misleading, negative attacks at a rate almost twice as often as they hear from us.
Last week, when I was in Iowa, voters told me they were feeling it. The numbers back it up: Our side is getting outspent 2-to-1 on the air there.
But the folks asking me about this don't want an explanation -- they want to know what I'm going to do about it.
And the fact is that solving this problem is up to you.
Close the gap on the air by making a donation of $5 or more now.
You're getting this email because you know what the stakes are in this election. You know the facts about what we've done to prevent a deeper crisis and to start building an economy that works for the middle class.
But for someone who's not as engaged, these ads may be an important and possibly even primary source of information about the choice in this election.
So it's a bad situation if 90 percent of them are false, negative attacks on us.
Barack and I can’t wait until we’re all in Charlotte for the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
From our convention week kickoff -- CarolinaFest 2012 -- to Barack’s acceptance speech at Bank of America Stadium on Thursday, September 6th, more Americans than ever before will be a part of this convention. And I want you to be there, too.
Give $5 or whatever you can right now and you’ll be automatically entered to win a trip to Charlotte for convention week. You won’t have to worry about airfare, a place to stay, or credentials -- we've got all that covered for you.
And when you enter, you and your guest will also have a chance to meet Barack and me before he gives his big speech.
A small donation of whatever you can afford today could turn into the experience of a lifetime. Please chip in what you can, and you’ll be automatically entered to win.
Hope to see you in Charlotte!
Originally posted by Ben81
reply to post by RealSpoke
for Ron Paul
one of the top donors are the military soldiers !
edit on 8/27/2012 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)