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Even though most folks intend to vote, lots never get around to it. So share this video with your friends—Olivia’s message will be customized just for them—to remind them exactly what’s at stake. Besides it’s a lot of fun!

Underneath the message is clear….VOTE !!


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Listen to the boys loud and clearvote-for-barack-obama
Come on folks withstand you fears
Sail away the choice is yours you choose
Celebrate the news
There ain’t no blues
Come on, come on, come on

“Celebrate the News” – The Beach Boys

Are you happy with the current administration? Would you rather move to Finland and open a hotdog stand? Do you think Congress needs a sign language interpreter? Is Hillary helping our foreign policy? Are Republicans making us aware or they just whining?

Is President Obama doing a good job?

tn_CNN-logoNow is your chance to grade the Obama Administration and Congress on how its handled the second 100 days in office.
Vote now on CNN.com, and then tune in to CNN TV on August 6, 2009 at 8p ET for the final grades.


or if you’re on Facebook vote here-


Either you believe there is light at the end of the tunnel or you believe the hammer and sickle is the new fashion statement…captain_america

So vote, voice your opinion!

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This Video speaks for itself…and it’s from FOX News. We are just now getting the real scoop on Sarah Palin.

I almost feel sorry for her…almost! Most of this info is from McCain’s staff… watch on!

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This Video speaks for itself…and it’s from FOX News. We are just now getting the real scoop on Sarah Palin.

I almost feel sorry for her…almost! Most of this info is from McCain’s staff… watch on!

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Well the election is here. Nov.4th. Today. The election is about change, hope, and the country. Who do you hope will win? MSNBC wants to know. So do I. Many have poured their hearts and souls into this campaign. Let both sides sit back watch the results with anticipation, Bugles, Pop-Tarts and a cold one. Good luck to all.

Tomorrow will be a brand new day. 

here is the link: http://www.newsvine.com/_question/2008/11/04/2070554-who-do-you-hope-will-win-the-presidential-election

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From Susan Eisenhower’s Blog and definitely worth the read!

For more than fifteen years, I have regularly appeared in the media as a foreign policy expert.  I’ve always tried to be accessible to everyone from all ends of the political spectrum.  Citizen dialogue and education, I believe, are the cornerstones of a vibrant democracy.  Over the years, I have been interviewed by outlets of every ideological stripe, but recent experience tells me how far our public discourse has deteriorated.

In February of this year I announced my support for Barack Obama.  As a lifelong Republican I decided to support this Democratic contender because he has, I believe, the energy, the intellectual capability, as well as the temperament and the steadiness to lead this country during this perilous time.  Since then, I’ve appeared on many television and radio programs hosted by people who do not like Senator Obama.  Compared to my experiences over the years, these interlocutors have been aggressive and the subtexts of their questions have inappropriately implied that anyone who supports the Illinois Senator is either unpatriotic, uninformed, or simply a fool.

On top of this the McCain campaign has engaged in incendiary “Robo” calls and misleading brochures, which promote baseless personal smears.  John McCain says Obama is a socialist, and Senator Mel Martinez (R-FL) actually suggested that Obama is a “Communist.”  This is nonsense.  Obama is advancing a tax policy that was first adopted by Republican President Teddy Roosevelt, and the Obama proposals do nothing more than return us to Reagan-era tax levels.

People who share traditional Republican values have nothing to fear from Senator Obama, that’s why other distinguished Republicans like General Colin Powell, Senator Lincoln Chafee, Congressman Jim Leach, Bush Press Secretary Scott McClellan, Reagan Chief of Staff Ken Duberstein, Bush Defense Policy Board official Ken Adelman, and the iconic conservative names of Buckley and Goldwater are now associated with Obama’s campaign.

We have had many chapters in American history when fear has gotten the better of us and “guilt by association” or “guilt by race, ethnicity or gender” has prevailed.  But we must be better than that.  In today’s fractured and challenging times, spreading false rumors is not only divisive, it is downright dangerous.  We will only survive if we pull together and unite as a nation.

As we vote on Tuesday, we should pause and look at our communities and be grateful that many fine, talented people want to serve our country in this period of dislocation and crisis.  We must shrug off the fear mongers who have tried to sell us an election season of devils and demons who don’t exist.

Susan Eisenhower is a policy expert and author.  She is the granddaughter of Republican President Dwight D. Eisenhower.  For more information visit: http://www.susaneisenhower.com/

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I got this in my email this morning…

This author let me know why I’ve become so excited about this election.

Watch and listen…

let me know what you think!

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