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This is election is important so show up, be present, no drive bys  on this one!

Sandra Fluke, the former Georgetown Law School student whom Rush Limbaugh famously called a “slut,” has endorsed the man who came to her defense: President Barack Obama.

“Obama is committed to rebuilding our economy upon the values of fairness and opportunity and the belief that all Americans, both men and women, must have the rights they deserve,” she wrote in an op-ed, “Why this election is so personal,” published Thursday on CNN’s website. “That’s why I’m proud to endorse his re-election.”

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(CNN) -- The stakes are high this November, for the strength of our economy and the direction of our country. For me, like a lot of us, the stakes are also personal: The choice I make in the voting booth will significantly affect my friends, my loved ones and my generation. Like many millennials, I am concerned about the job market and costs of college. And I'm worried about access to affordable health care for all.

    Sandra Fluke says stakes are high in the election, which is extremely personal for her

    Fluke: Attacks on me brought home how easily women's rights can be taken away

    Romney is anti-middle class and anti-women, she says, and panders to extremists

    Fluke: We need to support Obama, who has the vision and values for a better America


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Rush Limbaugh always the fucking gentleman ,really why is he still on the air!

This election is personal and the differences between President Obama and Mitt Romney could not be any clearer. We all should be worried if Romney is able to buy the Presidency or if Democrats are so upset with Obama because he is not the perfect President that they decide to stay home.

This is definitely the mean season filled with hatred that anybody but Obama really resonates with Conservatives. Mitt Romney is not likable, not as a politician and I hate to say this, but not as a person either. So we see the Rights attitudes towards the Gay community and their attitudes towards Women just like today in Mighigan So, tell me this election is not personal and I will tell you, nada because I would never tell you to vote FOR Obama.

On fair pay for women, Romney says he won't do anything to make the situation worse; this is little comfort when he then says he won't do anything to make it better. He won't tell us whether he would have signed the Lilly Ledbetter law, and he failed to stand up to congressional Republicans who opposed the Paycheck Fairness Act.
I second, third, fourth or fifth what Sandra Fluke is expressing about this election. Try not to be so upset that Obama for this or that, he had to fight with obstruction from Republicans since day one. Four years of a Mitt Romney presidency is a lifetime for middle and the poorer class Americans
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Originally posted to The Sheeping of America on Thu Jun 14, 2012 at 07:44 PM PDT.

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