Saturday, October 27, 2012

California Man’s Hanging ‘Halloween Obama’ Brings Visit From Secret Service

Eddie Million certainly didn’t anticipate a visit from the Secret Service, when he hung an effigy of President Obama with a noose around its neck and hanging from a tree as a “Halloween decoration,” reports the New York Daily News.

The Moreno Valley, California resident insists that the hanging Obama was just a prank, something that was done in anticipation of an upcoming festive celebration at his home. Million now realizes that what he once thought was a brilliant idea, to hang a figure that sports an Obama mask he purchased at a clearance sale last year, was actually a dangerous dud of a notion.

After neighbors began to complain about seeing the hanging Obama effigy amongst zombies and headstones in Million’s yard, the story was leaked to local media. On Monday, police investigators paid Million a visit to delve further into his little presidential-inspired prank.

“I started thinking how bad it looked, and I took it down immediately,” he told the Daily News. But it was too late, news of Million’s Halloween scare tactics made its way across the desks of Secret Service agents.

When agents arrived to pay Million an unannounced visit, he was cautioned that his little prank could have been taken as a threat to the President. “They said my name is going to be on file,” said Million. “They said they’re just going to make a note.”

Would he put up his Halloween effigy prank had he known the Secret Service would have reprimanded him? Million told the Daily News: “I absolutely wouldn’t have done it. It was not meant to offend anybody. It was just supposed to be a decoration.”

[video] "Forward" (Official Video) Stars Join Together In New Music Video For Obama #forwardsong

A brand new grassroots song and music video in support of President Obama's re-election produced by the Executive Producer behind the iconic "Yes We Can" music video of 2008 with


Featuring: Ne-Yo, Herbie Hancock, Johnny Rzeznik, Delta Rae, Natasha Bedingfield Director: Graham Henman Producer: Fred Goldring

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Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Donald Trump’s Big October Surprise Blows Up in Mitt Romney’s Face

It turns out that Donald Trump’s big October surprise was to make Mitt Romney look like a moron by offering President Obama $5 million if he will release his college transcripts and passport application.

Remember that whole Moderate Mitt image that the Romney campaign is trying to sell? Donald Trump just trashed that.

Here is the video of Trump’s big “surprise”:

Trump said, “If Barack Obama opens up and gives his college records and applications, and if he gives his passport applications and records, I will give to a charity of his choice, inner city children in Chicago, American Cancer Society, AIDS research, a check immediately for five million dollars. The check will be given within one hour after he releases all of the records so stated. He’ll be doing a great service for the country if he does this. If he releases these records, it will end the questions and indeed the anger of many Americans. They’ll know something about their president. The president will become transparent like other presidents.”

David Plouffe of the Obama campaign responded by reminding everyone that Mitt Romney loves him some Donald Trump. Plouffe said Trump is,”Mitt Romney’s biggest supporter. He (Romney) owns everything he says.”

This is really the last thing that the Romney campaign needed today. Romney happily climbed into bed with birther Trump, and he has been coming back to bite them in backside ever since. In May, hours before a joint fundraiser together, Trump went on CNBC and went full on frothing birther insane. Trump said, “This is something that came out last week; a lot of people are questioning his birth certificate, questioning the authenticity of his birth certificate. I’ve been known as being a very smart guy for a long time. I don’t consider myself birther or not birther but there are some major questions here and the press just refuses to cover it.”

The Obama campaign is dead on. Mitt Romney now owns every dumb statement and publicity stunt that comes out of Donald Trump’s mouth. Romney cut a deal with Trump during the Republican primaries, and has been paying for it ever since.

Donald Trump wouldn’t be politically relevant at all if Mitt Romney wouldn’t have elevated him by making such a public show of accepting his endorsement. Trump is listed and referred to by the media as a Romney surrogate. He has a direct connection to the campaign. Both Mitt and Ann Romney has spoken highly of him.

Can you imagine what would happen if an Obama surrogate called on Mitt Romney to prove that he isn’t a polygamist? The conservative bluster would echo for days.

Mitt Romney is already losing this election. Instead of talking about their candidate, the Romney campaign now has to stand aside and see one of their precious few remaining campaigning days left go up in smoke, as one of their surrogates sabotages their efforts.

Donald Trump’s October surprise has blown up in Mitt Romney’s face. If we are the company that we keep, than judging by his close association with Donald Trump, Mitt Romney is not fit to be president.

The Romney campaign is trying hard to sell America a kinder, gentler, more moderate Mitt, but Donald Trump’s appearance serves to remind the country of who Mitt Romney really is.


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Bronx Obama - Op-Docs - Elections 2012

n this short documentary we meet Louis Ortiz, an unemployed man from the Bronx whose life is turned upside down when he discovers his uncanny resemblance to President Obama.

Complete Third Presidential Debate on Foreign Policy 2012: Barack

The third presidential debate on foreign policy between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama in the run up to the general election in November.

Obama Jokes at the Al Smith Dinner - Elections 2012

President Obama made fun of himself and his opponent at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner in New York.

Highlights of the Second Presidential Town Hall Debate - Elections 2012

Charles Blow and Ross Douthat on the Second Debate - Elections

New York Times Op-Ed columnists Charles Blow and Ross Douthat react to the second presidential debate.

"Binders Full of Women": Romney on Pay Equity for Women - Town Hall Debate - Elections 2012

Mitt Romney described how he brought women into his administration as governor of Massachusetts in answering a question about pay equity for women.

Obama Mentions the 47% - Second Presidential Town Hall Debate - Elections 2012

President Obama brought up Mitt Romney's comment about not caring for 47 percent of the American people during the debate.

Romney on How He Is Different From Bush - Second Presidential

Mitt Romney tried to change the subject when presented with a question on how his policies were different from George W. Bush.

Obama Brings Up Romeny's Change on Guns - Second Presidential Town Hall Debate - Elections

President Obama answered a question about gun control and brought up Mitt Romney's change on an assault weapons ban.

Whose Pension is Bigger? - Second Presidential Town Hall Debate - Elections 2012

In a back and forth exchange, President Obama gave a quick reply on the size of pensions in answering a question from Mitt Romney.

Obama Attacks Romney on Tax Policy - Second Presidential Town Hall Debate - Elections 2012

President Obama challenged Mitt Romney's approach toward tax cuts.

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Michelle Obama Reveals Some Of Her Guilty Pleasures

Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan welcomed First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama on Friday, October 19, 2012, and chatted with her about a variety of topics, from presidential debates to favorite TV shows. You can watch the interview right here. And don't miss "LIVE with Kelly and Michael" weekday mornings

President Obama in Fairfax, Virginia: "Romnesia"

President Obama breaks down Mitt Romney's case of "Romnesia."

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Barack Obama Waka Flocka Rap Parody ( Head of State )

Romney & Obama Tell Jim Lehrer: "Shut The F*** Up" (Jimmy Fallon)

During the first presidential debate, Mitt Romney and Barack Obama found common ground on a basic idea: shutting Jim Lehrer up.

Romney & Obama Watch The VP Debate Together (Jimmy Fallon)

President Obama and Governor Romney share some friendly banter over the phone as their running mates debate on TV.

"Mister Romney's Neighborhood" - (Jimmy Fallon) Parody

Mitt Romney recently said he wants to cut funding for PBS, which is odd, considering he hosts his own children's show on the network.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Big Bird - Obama for America TV Ad

This article is brought to you by the letter P ... as in Sesame Street is PISSED that Barack Obama used Big Bird in an anti-Romney attack ad without permission!

In case you haven't seen it ... Team Obama released the ad following the debate, in which they mock Mitt Romney's vow to cut off government funding to PBS. The ad portrays Big Bird as an enemy of America who towered over criminals like Bernie Madoff and Ken Lay.

But Big Bird isn't laughing ... and neither is Ernie, Bert, Oscar or Elmo (and that dude laughs at EVERYTHING) ... claiming Team Obama never asked for permission before using the Sesame Street character.

In fact, Sesame Workshop released a statement saying, "We have approved no campaign ads, and as is our general practice, have requested that the ad be taken down."

SW also explains, "Sesame Workshop is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization and we do not endorse candidates or participate in political campaigns."

Obama's camp says they have heard Sesame Street's complaints and will be reviewing SS's concerns.

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Who has a better relationship with Bo, the First Family's dog? President Barack Obama or First Lady Michelle Obama?

Friday, October 5, 2012

Romney Cheats At 2012 Presidential Debate

A video of Mitt Romney casually pulling something out of his pocket and placing it on his podium at the presidential debate on Wednesday is raising a few eyebrows.

Skeptics think Romney pulled out a cheat sheet before the start of the debate, which may have been against the rules. In past debates, it was prohibited to use notes, charts or other writings, however the Commission on Presidential Debates has not released the 2012 debate rules.

Romney's spokeswoman Andrea Saul denies this charge and claims that the item in Romney's hand was a handkerchief.