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"Our 2012 Campaign"

Posted April 04th, 2011 at 02:20pm

This morning, President Obama announced the start of his 2012 campaign in an e-mail to supporters. Take a look—and let us know if you're in too.

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Today, we are filing papers to launch our 2012 campaign.

We're doing this now because the politics we believe in does not start with expensive TV ads or extravaganzas, but with you‹with people organizing block-by-block, talking to neighbors, co-workers, and friends. And that kind of campaign takes time to build.

So even though I'm focused on the job you elected me to do, and the race may not reach full speed for a year or more, the work of laying the foundation for our campaign must start today.

We've always known that lasting change wouldn't come quickly or easily. It never does. But as my administration and folks across the country fight to protect the progress we've made‹and make more‹we also need to begin mobilizing for 2012, long before the time comes for me to begin
campaigning in earnest.

As we take this step, I'd like to share a video that features some folkslike you who are helping to lead the way on this journey. Please take a moment to watch the video.

In the coming days, supporters like you will begin forging a new organization that we'll build together in cities and towns across the country. And I'll need you to help shape our plan as we create a campaign that's farther reaching, more focused, and more innovative than anything
we've built before.

We'll start by doing something unprecedented: coordinating millions of one-on-one conversations between supporters across every single state, reconnecting old friends, inspiring new ones to join the cause, and readying ourselves for next year's fight.

This will be my final campaign, at least as a candidate. But the cause of making a lasting difference for our families, our communities, and our country has never been about one person. And it will succeed only if we work together.

There will be much more to come as the race unfolds. Today, simply let us know you're in to help us begin, and then spread the word:

http://my.barackobama.com/

Thank you,

Barack

President Obama Calls for Bipartisan Reforms to No Child Left Behind

Posted March 15th, 2011 at 10:16pm

President Obama traveled across the Potomac River to Arlington, Virginia, yesterday to speak about how America can win the future by out-educating the rest of the world. He explained:

"The best economic policy is one that produces more college graduates. And that's why, for the sake of our children and our economy and America's future, we¹re going to have to do a better job educating every single one of our sons and daughters—all of them."

In order to do so, we have to reform No Child Left Behind. Teachers, students, parents, and communities have agreed that although the goals of No Child Left Behind—providing every child with an excellent teacher, promoting accountability, shining a light on the educational achievement gap—were right, important parts of the law simply aren't working. He said:

"But what hasn't worked is denying teachers, schools, and states what they need to meet these goals. That's why we need to fix No Child Left Behind. We need to make sure we're graduating students who are ready for college and ready for careers. We need to put outstanding teachers in every classroom and give those teachers the pay and the support that they deserve.

"We need to not only hold failing schools accountable, we need to help turn those schools around. In the 21st century, it's not enough to leave no child behind. We need to help every child get ahead. We need to get every child on a path to academic excellence."

Saying he was proud of the bipartisan commitment to fix No Child Left Behind, President Obama called on Congress to send him an education reform bill that he can sign into law before the next school year begins this fall:

"I want every child in this country to head back to school in the fall knowing that their education is America¹s priority. Let's seize this education moment. Let's fix No Child Left Behind."

Watch the President's full speech or read the remarks.  

Advise the Advisors

Posted February 10th, 2011 at 04:33pm


Do you have a great idea you want to share with the President? Is there an initiative making a difference in your community that could help other folks around the country?

Now you have the chance to share these great ideas with President Obama and his staff. Starting this week, senior advisors from the White House will be asking for your thoughts and feedback on the big issues of the day.

David Plouffe kicks off the series in the video above, asking for your ideas on innovation and how the government can help deliver another great century of American innovation.

What's your idea? Submit it here.

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GRACA_PO...

Female, 61, Bassett, AR

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HUMANITY
I´m searching a human being that
When look at your fellow creature
Do him the goodness as if it were
For your own soul.

Authoress : Maria das Graças Amador, Graça Poeta (Graça Poetess)

HUMANIDADE
Procura-se um ser humano que
Quando olhar para o seu semelhante
Lhe preste a caridade como se fosse
Para a sua própria alma.

Autora: Maria das Graças Amador, Graça Poeta (Graça Poetess)

Please, visit my site: gracakc.com
HAPPY 2016!


GRACA_PO...

Female, 61, Bassett, AR

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The break of preconceptions through of human courage in the pursuit of its noblest ideals, maintains winners, as Sir President Barack Obama and the Leader and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela.
When we humans, suffer because of our differences, our enemies always will be defeated by our intelligence the service of the well.
Madiba lives in our hearts forever!
Happy holidays!

Maria das Graças Amador, Brasília, Brazil, December 22, 2013.


FUNDAMEN...

Female, Age Private, Bassett, AR

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THE KEY TO SUCCESS IS DETERMINATION!!!! YOUR OPERATIONAL SYSTEM IS QUITE SURPRISING! WHY SIR DON´T INTERACT WITH THE COMMUNITY????????????????????? ?? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????? ???????????????


CLOSED

Male, Age Private, Los Angeles, CA

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Birthday blessings to you.... we send you love, peace, happiness and much ZEN!

Your Friends at Zen Evolution TV


DAVIES10

Male, 47, Angola

Posted


dear sir ,thanks for been my friend as the frist black heard of srtate of america.hope to heard from you very soon.


SBJOHN76

Male, 36, La Palma, CA

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Male, 35, Milwaukee, WI

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Loveely

Female, 40, Tulsa, OK

Posted


This is an amazing time in all of our lives!!!

It's gonna be a rocky journey, but we can all do this together!!!

~Loveely


bumblebe...

Female, 31, Temple, TX

Posted


YAY......it's official!!!!! ^_^


kahbikahbi

Male, 95, Ashland, KY

Posted


..."I Had A Dream"...

A man once said "I Had A Dream" but before it came true, a fool shot him dead. The door was opened on that day and a seed was planted,to show the way.

So much grief and so much pain, everyone was looking for someone to blame.For forty years things were not right, people pointing fingers, people wanting to fight.

Tears were shed, sorrow was felt as a serious blow had been dealt.For forty years things seemed to be lost, causing this country a very heavy cost. It made me wonder and made me cry,asking why this loving man had to die. Forty years our hopes were lost, knowing only our dreams were tossed.

Today has come, bringing the dawn of a brand new day, forty years later showing a brand new way.Praying and hoping a new horizon is is on it's way..

Dr. Martin Luther King did not get to shake your hand, but he surly knows you are the right kind of man.Many years and many miles have passed this way,but you give us back our dreams and will lead us into a brighter day.

Author: Richard A.Evans

Congratulations, President Obama... ...May God walk with you and guide you through your trying days...


reppin91...

Female, 24, Sacramento, CA

Posted


I LUV YOU!! OBAMA!


DavinD411

Female, 35, Tampa, FL

Posted


Congrads Mr. President. Thank you for all you do. Good luck in office. God Bless you and your family.

Love Always,
Ms. MJ


Rose87

Female, 29, Washington, DC

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Congradulations, President Obama! I am so happy for you and your family! I feel like I'm apart of history now for voting for you. I hope you lead our country into a better place. We all are behind you 100%. ^_^


karechan

Female, Age Private, Beverly Hills, CA

Posted


"Yes we can" has officially turned into " Yes we Did!!!" We support you all the way President Obama!!!! And we're behind you to continue to change history and the direction and course of America for the next 8 years !!!


Loveely

Female, 40, Tulsa, OK

Posted


OMG!!!!

Mr. President we did it!!!!

America has made it VERY clear whom she wants as her Commander and Chief. And it's you. It has been an honor and a pleasure being on this journey to the White House with you.

I am looking forward to the next four years!!!

Let's get America back to where she belongs.

~Loveely


CLOSED

Male, 32, San Francisco, CA

Posted


Signed on, just heard Obama won. A great day for America


YaraDoll

Female, 27, Burtonsville, MD

Posted


Well, I voted. Now, we wait.


CLOSED

Male, 32, San Francisco, CA

Posted


My prayers go out to Obama and his family for the loss of Madelyn Dunham, his grandmother. She was taken away the day before history is made, but she will be smiling from Heaven by tomorrow night.


junjavin...

Male, 53, Philippines

Posted


Congratulation Mr. President

For the historic landslide victory, yes it will be a landslide, and Mr. Mccain can't stop the will of the majority of American voters who is dreaming for CHANGE. CHANGE that we are confident that you can bring not only for America but for the whole world.

All I can donate is my prayer, May the Lord our God guide you and bless you always.


xyooj_blood

Male, 26, Fresno, CA

Posted


Obama, i did what i can to help. If it not enough than I'm really sorry about it.




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