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Too Legit for Mitt - pic

A volunteer for U.S. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign hands out water as she wears a "Too legit for Mitt" t-shirt at a campaign rally in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 1, 2012. REUTERS/Jason...

Heckler just escorted out of Romney rally, screaming Climate change caused Sandy! - Updated w/ Video

via twitter...

Michael Barbaro @mikiebarb
Heckler just escorted out of Romney rally, screaming "Climate change caused Sandy! Let's get real!"

Mike O'Brien ‏@mpoindc
A heckler at Romney's rally unfurls a banner reading "End Climate Silence." Crowd drowns with chants of U-S-A

Emily Friedman ‏@EmilyABC
Heckler holds up since "end climate silence" in crowd here in VA -- he or she is getting booed - Romney has stopped speaking


A tale of two former presidents (Clinton on the campaign trail - Bush in the Caymans)

A tale of two former presidents
By Steve Benen - Thu Nov 1, 2012 10:12 AM EDT

Just this week, former President Bill Clinton has campaigned for President Obama in Florida, Ohio, Minnesota, Colorado, and Iowa. Today, Clinton will hit the stump for Obama in Wisconsin and again in Ohio. By most measures, the former president has become Obama's most popular and most effective surrogate.

And then there's Clinton's successor.

George W. Bush will spend Thursday in the Cayman Islands, delivering the keynote address at the Cayman Alternative Investment Summit. As Romney struggles to convince voters that he understands their economic struggles, having the previous Republican president reminding them of the questions surrounding Romney's financial dealings in the Caymans is beyond unhelpful.

Which reminds me -- has anyone asked Romney about his secret tax returns lately?

As for the former presidents, the public roles of both couldn't be more striking. Clinton is one of the nation's most popular figures, and Bush is hiding because Republicans don't want voters to be reminded of the similarities between his and Romney's agendas.


President Obama and Gov. Christie meet with survivors of Superstorm Sandy - pics

Marine One, carrying President Barack Obama and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, take an aerial tour of the Atlantic Coast in New Jersey in areas damaged by superstorm Sandy, Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2012

U.S. President Barack Obama (squatting) and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (2nd R) speak with survivors of Hurricane Sandy inside a community center while touring damaged areas in Brigantine, New

Ha! Romney yard sign - pic

found via twitter.

President Obama meets with FEMA regarding cleanup of Superstorm Sandy, Oct. 31st. - pics

U.S. President Barack Obama meets with administration officials at FEMA headquarters in regards to cleanup efforts in the wake of Superstorm Sandy, in Washington, Wednesday, October 31, 2012. Flanking the president are FEMA Administrator W. Craig Fugate (left), and Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano. UPI/Martin Simon/Pool


The NICU nurses who carried babies to safety during the storm last night - pic

these nicu nurses didn't sleep, and didn't go home. their smiles say it all. the babies transported during #Sandy are all doing well.

Dr. Sanjay Gupta

In Storm Deaths, Mystery, Fate and Bad Timing (Heartbreaking)

In Storm Deaths, Mystery, Fate and Bad Timing
Published: October 30, 2012

The storm found them all.

Hurricane Sandy, in the wily and savage way of natural disasters, expressed its full assortment of lethal methods as it hit the East Coast on Monday night. In its howling sweep, the authorities said the storm claimed at least 40 lives in eight states.

They were infants and adolescents, people embarking on careers and those looking back on them — the ones who paid the ultimate price of this most destructive of storms. In Franklin Township, Pa., an 8-year-old boy was crushed by a tree when he ran outside to check on his family’s calves. A woman died in Somerset County, Pa., when her car slid off a snowy road.

There were 16 deaths reported in New York City, where the toll was heaviest, and 5 more fatalities elsewhere in the state.

Most of all, it was the trees. Uprooted or cracked by the furious winds, they became weapons that flattened cars, houses and pedestrians. But also, a woman was killed by a severed power line. A man was swept by flooding waters out of his house and through the glass of a store. The power blinked off for a 75-year-old woman on a respirator, and a heart attack killed her.


Jessie Streich-Kest and her dog, Max.

Lauren Abraham

The First Lady made a few calls for Barack from Chicago today - pic

The First Lady made a few calls for Barack from Chicago today


President Barack Obama Targeted By Anonymous Hate Text Messages

President Barack Obama Targeted By Anonymous Hate Text Messages
Posted: 10/30/2012 9:57 pm EDT Updated: 10/30/2012 10:03 pm EDT

WASHINGTON -- A sting of vitriol-laden text messages hit voters' phones Tuesday night, blasting President Barack Obama with anti-gay attacks and false claims.

In what appeared to be a coordinated campaign of cell phone text mail or text messages, one Virginia voter received one from the address sms@votegopett.com that made the inflammatory claim: "Obama supports homosexuality and its radical social agenda. Say No to Obama on Nov 6!"

MIke Madden tweeted one for sms@informedett.com that declared "Re-electing Obama puts Medicare at risk."

Attorney Pater Saharko tweeted that he got a message from the same address that read: "Obama is using your tax dollars to fund Planned Parenthood and abortion. Is that right?"


more info here...

Sam Stein


Sam Stein ‏@samsteinhp
latest text message: "Obama believes killing children is a right until the umbilical cord is cut."

Sam Stein ‏@samsteinhp
Another text reported: ""Obama denies protection to babies who survive abortions. Obama is just wrong"

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