Obama for America released a new web video today that highlights Mitt Romney’s flexibility when it comes to both welfare and the truth. The Obama administration, working with Republican-led states like Nevada and Utah, is giving states additional flexibility only if they move more people from welfare to work – not fewer.
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When you become involved in the election process in your community, you get the opportunity to meet new friends and share your stories with your neighbors. It’s exciting to share why you support President Barack Obama and why it is so important to our future that the policies and vision of the Obama administration continue to move us FORWARD.
Obama for America released a new television advertisement today titled “I Believe.” President Obama believes the only way to create an economy built to last is to build it from the middle out — where hard work pays off, responsibility is rewarded, and everyone gets a fair shot. And that’s why he will continue to fight for the middle-class because America prospers when everyone succeeds.
Obama for America released a new television advertisement Monday titled “The Choice.” The American people will decide over the next four month between two fundamentally different plans for our country, and OFA’s new ad features President Obama laying out the choice of how to grow the economy, create middle-class jobs and pay down the debt.
Yesterday afternoon, Obama for America’s Policy Director James Kvaal posted a blog item explaining how Mitt Romney’s new “repeal and replace” health care plan would once again allow health insurance companies to discriminate against people with pre-existing conditions and create millions of new uninsured Americans.
Today, Obama for America released a new television advertisement titled “Number One” that highlights Mitt Romney’s failed economic record as Governor of Massachusetts. As governor, Mitt Romney added $2.6 billion to the state’s debt, leaving Massachusetts more than $18 billion in debt and number one in per person debt of any state in the country.