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Roger Cavu

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Now we're at disaster

Obama Team working to unseat Bibi

Besides Bird, the 270 Strategies team includes the following former Obama staffers:

Mitch Steward, a 270 Strategies founding partner who helped the Obama campaign build what the U.K. Guardian called “a historic ground operation that will provide the model for political campaigns in America and around the world for years to come.”
Mark Beatty, a founding partner who served as deputy battleground states director for the Obama campaign. He had primary responsibility for Obama’s election plans for the battleground states.
Marlon Marshall, a founding partner at 270 Strategies who joins the team after holding several key positions in national Democratic politics, most recently as deputy national field director for the 2012 Obama campaign.
Betsy Hoover, a founding partner who served as director of digital organizing on the Obama campaign.
Meg Ansara, who served as national regional director for Obama for America where she was responsible for overseeing the 2012 programs in the Midwest and southern states.
Bridget Halligan, who served as the dngagement program manager on the digital team of the 2012 Obama campaign.
Kate Catherall, who served as Florida deputy field director for Obama’s re-election campaign.
Alex Lofton, who most recently served as the GOTV director of Cleveland, Ohio, for the 2012 Obama campaign.
Martha Patzer, the firm’s vice president who served as deputy email director at Obama for America.
Jesse Boateng, who served as the Florida voter registration director for Obama’s re-election campaign.
Ashley Bryant, who served most recently as the Ohio digital director for the 2012 Obama campaign.
Max Clermont, who formerly served as a regional field director in Florida for Obama’s re-election campaign.
Max Wood, who served as a deputy data director in Florida for the 2012 Obama campaign.

Classy, Mr President

Who's the hero


So suing Ferguson DA might get a little trickier

de Blasio seeks relevance.

Black Lives Matter Mr President

“We are sending the message that the UofC does not deserve the honor of the Obama library until they recognizes the value of black lives by providing trauma care on the South Side,” organizer Veronica Morris-Moore said in a statement. “The UofC is proposing massive redevelopment of Woodlawn and Washington Park, but they are still failing to respond to basic community demands.”

The University of Chicago Medical Center shuttered its Level 1 trauma center for adults back in 1988. Now, not one of Cook County’s nine Level 1 adult trauma centers is located on Chicago’s South Side, meaning some patients face ambulance rides of 10 miles or more before receiving care, the Huffington Post reported.

Here are two reasons we're losing the war on terrorism

2016 is a great time for republicans - Updated

I think, anyway, we have a lot to be excited about.

We have a great list to choose from.

Jeb Bush and Mitt may not be desirable on the onset, but they will push the rest of the candidates to have their strongest game.

Christie, Rubio and Paul and strong orators and good conservatives, as well as Jindal. Portman is worth a look. Condi Rice could be possibility, so is Nikki Haley.

It's a good time go up against
Hillary and her sex slave husband
Jerry Brown, Sanders and (we can only hope) Biden.

Gonna be good time.


Jan Brewer of Arizona

And for an absolute Hail Mary

Tony Dungy

So let's compare 43 and 44 honestly

Looks like bush didn't visit Spain, but it also looks like no one else did either

Here's a snip

U.S. President George W. Bush called Prime Minister Aznar and King Juan Carlos to offer his condolences to the Spanish people and condemn the vicious attack of terrorism. He expressed "Our country's deepest sympathies toward those who lost their life...I told them we weep with the families. We stand strong with the people of Spain" The U.S. Senate observed a moment of silence and unanimously passed a resolution expressing outrage and urging President Bush to provide all possible assistance to Spain in pursuing those responsible for the attacks. President Bush led a memorial service at the Spanish ambassador's residence in Washington and gave an interview with a Spanish television network the following day. The US government created the Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response team (VIPR) program in response to these attacks.

Let's take a test

Do you support teachers?

Do you support mothers who work?

Do Support woman's Athletics?

Do you support community college?

Do you believe state higher education is equal to Ivey league as a pre-requisite to public office?

Do you believe in eloping?

Do you believe in entrepreneurship?

If you said yes to all these things, then you have seven things in common with - guess?

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