As President Barack Obama walked onto the stage it was difficult to control my emotions. I felt the same surge of excitement and awe I experienced four years earlier in Denver. Tears blurred my vision as I realized the importance of the moment.
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When President Bill Clinton entered the Time Warner Arena Wednesday night the arena errupted in thunderous applause. Clinton was tasked with nominating President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden for another term leading our country. The theme for the night was Middle Class First.
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DNC2012 organizers have decided to implement their weather contingency plan, moving the Thursday night ceremonies from the Bank of America Stadium to the Time Warner Arena. Severe thunderstorms are predicted for the rest of the week and the decision hinged on safety concerns.
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Obama for America released a new online video today titled, “We’ve Come Too Far to Turn Back Now,” that reminds Americans how much is at stake in this election. While President Obama has delivered on the change he promised when he announced his candidacy, he isn’t done moving America forward.
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The Los Angeles Times reports this morning a front organization made up of former Navy Seals and CIA employees that has launched a “Swift Boat” style attack on President Obama. From the story Group attacking Obama for security leaks includes past talkers: In politics, the story line rarely changes: Do as I say, not as I do.
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Last night on FOX, Paul Ryan again attacked President Obama for the very same Medicare savings that he includes in his own budget – and then attempted to walk away from those policies, which he has advocated in Congress as a hallmark of the House Republican agenda, and which Mitt Romney has broadly endorsed as part of the Romney-Ryan Budget time and time again.
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On Thursday, Obama for American released a new television advertisement, titled “Son of Boss,” that asks the same questions Americans are asking – questions that are especially relevant given voters’ heightened attention in this election to the fate of their own tax rates, and the central role tax reform will play in the next administration.