The entire scene is a thing of beauty....Watch through to the end for the veteran's comments...There is no doubt that Romney's position is absolute...and when it comes to who to vote for, LBGT Americans' position should be also absolute--Romney? No way!
This morning on NBC, Mitt Romney said that “there are a number of things that I like” about Obamacare and suggested he would retain: 1. The guarantee that insurance companies couldn’t discriminate against people with pre-exisiting conditions, and 2.
He lies to the American people...Astounding how many newspapers, opinion leaders, and fact checkers are calling the Ryan, Romney and the Republicans on this....and they simply don't care--They just keep repeating the same lies....
Last month, a Pennsylvania trial judge upheld that state’s Voter ID law, in an opinion that relied at least in part on Nineteenth Century precedent which claimed that vote suppressing laws may be permissible to protect against ‘rogues,’ ‘strumpets,’...
Finally, religious leaders reminding us what a true moral compass is about....Catholic Sister Simone Campbell- speaking at the Democratic Convention:
"Paul Ryan claims his budget reflects the principles of our shared Catholic faith. But the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops stated that the Ryan budget failed a basic moral test, because it would harm families living in poverty."
- Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director, Roman Catholic Social Justice Organization
Click link for full text of remarks as Prepared for Delivery by Sister Campell at the DNC.
"If you decide not to vote for Obama because he can't get things done...it's kinda like saying, 'This guy can't cure cancer...so I'm gonna to vote for cancer.'" -- Chris Rock Make taking care of registering to vote and having the proper ID a priority next week...!
Jon Chait noted the other day that Mitt Romney's statements were ..."Not even close to being true.... That's just crazy... Sigh." Steve Benen just posted the new Mitt's Mendacity, 30 items ready to go.
According to Fox News columnist Sally Kohn, vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's speech at the Republican National Convention on Wednesday "was an apparent attempt to set the world record for the greatest number of blatant lies and...
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