Relevant again

The front page of the New York Times has our amazing, amazing team on it right now. Picture number 11

paxamericana:

I think this photo captured the very moment he realized that his campaign logo is just the Aquafresh logo on its side.

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I was president of the College Democrats at American University during an election year, also. Know how often I got written up in The New York Times? :(

Happy Halloween | Baracktober 2012

Hey ladies. Have you noticed that you’re not paying a co-pay for birth control anymore?

Yeah, well, that’s because of Obamacare.

The President believes that contraception–that the right to control your own body and your own life–is really important. So your health insurance needs to cover birth control and that it should be at no additional cost to you.

Mitt Romney, on the other hand? He doesn’t think you should be in control of your body. Not only has he promised to repeal Obamacare (and your contraception coverage along with it), he actually wants to let your boss decide whether or not your insurance covers birth control at all. Romney has made clear that he wants to look out for your boss’s religious objections to your access to contraception before looking out for you and your future.

It’s 2012. Make the right choice. Commit to vote for Barack Obama right now.

“Our music was used without our permission in this ad. The song you’re using was written about the same backward, con game policies Romney is proposing. We encourage all students to educate themselves about the differences between the inclusive, pro-social, compassionate, forward-thinking policies of President Obama and the self-serving politics of the neo-conservative movement and Mitt Romney. Every single person involved in the creation of the music you’re using is voting for President Obama.”
— The National frontman Matt Berninger in a YouTube comment left on a pro-Romney video that used his music without permission. The video has since been made private

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“Michelle’s attitude is that it takes about 15 years to train a man. But the last five have been pretty good.”
— Barack Obama, 44th president of the United States