“He’s bringing America back, we must give him another term and I will campaign for him again”

Hi guys,

Here’s a heartwarming way to start your day: During her interview with Piers Morgan last night, Beyonce just poured love all over PBO and Michelle (Starting at around 3:40 mark).

Have a good one.

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Money-Bomb week: We’re at $4235. Can we make it to $5000 by Thursday? :)

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114 thoughts on ““He’s bringing America back, we must give him another term and I will campaign for him again”

  1. What are the pubbies going to audit? Are they going to stick their finger in the wire to see if they are really producing electricity? Or is this their chance to harass Google on their new multi-million dollar project? Or is this all being done to protect Big Oil? The latter, I would guess.

  2. She really has been a consistent and solid supporter, and I’m thrilled with her choice to use her high media perch to uplift; she did the same with Let’s Move. Terrorist fist bumps to Beyonce+

  3. I dunno? I saw it on the bottom line on the bloomberg channel, so I imagine bloomberg has the story.
    They are stalking our president!

  4. I can’t stand Pier Morgan. When CNN hired him, I said that they have finally killed their CNN America brand.

    He is never topical and many of his shows are Hollywood interviews and not substantial.

    I am glad to see what the singer had to say.

    I just wish that many of them would also start adding, if you are not registered and you are 18 yrs of age, start now and get it done. And also encourage those who will be 18 by the 2012 elections to get active and get registered now. 34 states are making it nearlly impossible for many to vote.

    I read some where yesterday that millions in many of those 34 states have been scrubed off as voters.

  5. WaPo had a story over the weekend about how a lot of these grants went to folks with connections to PBO donors. It sounded coincidental to me, but you know the ‘pubs will use anything to go after PBO! Besides, people in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones…

  6. Good news – housing prices going up in the last month:

    “S&P Case-Shiller 10-City Home Price Index Up 0.8%; 20-City Index Up 0.7% Month Over Month”

    Let’s hope it continues!

  7. That’s what we call a supporter. Not these willy nilly, publicity seeking hounds who.

    And look folks, Cantor’s storyis getting out there. Let’s keep the pressure on.

    “When Eric Cantor shut down debt ceiling negotiations last week, it did more than just rekindle fears that the U.S. government might soon default on its debt obligations — it also brought him closer to reaping a small financial windfall from his investment in a mutual fund whose performance is directly affected by debt ceiling brinkmanship.

    Last year the Wall Street Journal reported that Cantor, the No. 2 Republican in the House, had between $1,000 and $15,000 invested in ProShares Trust Ultrashort 20+ Year Treasury EFT. The fund aggressively “shorts” long-term U.S. Treasury bonds, meaning that it performs well when U.S. debt is undesirable. (A short is when the trader hopes to profit from the decline in the value of an asset.)”

    http://www.salon.com/news/politics/war_room/index.html?story=/politics/war_room/2011/06/27/eric_cantor_conflict_of_interest&source=newsletter&utm_source=contactology&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Salon_Daily%20Newsletter%20%28Not%20Premium%29_7_30_110

  8. This is long but good information about china is moving forward will the GOP trying to take us back to the 40s
    The super-fast way to show the world you mean business
    The new Beijing-Shanghai bullet train is the latest emblem of China’s rise as a global superpower. Clifford Coonan hops aboard

    After boarding at Beijing’s gleaming Southern Station, where elegantly suited attendants bring you to your seat in a style reminiscent of the golden era of train travel, we get ready to try a new way to move between China’s political capital and its financial hub.
    Yesterday, a train journey that normally takes 10 hours, took just four hours and 48 minutes, all of it on a shiny bullet train crossing the painterly, verdant landscape of eastern China. Imagine travelling London to Manchester in 53 minutes. No delays, no apologies and at the speed of a bullet.
    Settling into a comfortable seat in business class, it’s hard not to think about how things used to be in China, and not so long go. We zoom past construction sites building the factories and shopping centres to be served by the railway. At several points in Jiangsu province, there are ghostly tower blocks under construction within sight of the track. Tickets for the journey between China’s top two cities range from 410 yuan (£40) to 1,750 yuan (£169). A flight would set you back between 1,000 yuan and 2,000 yuan, and it takes about two hours. But factor in the check-in times, the security checks and fact that most airports tend to be located a long way out of town, and you can see why China is pushing the high-speed rail project in a major way.
    The rail project is the high point to date of China’s push to become more than just a low-cost manufacturer, and is up there with the space programme and Olympic achievement in terms of national pride.

    The 221 billion-yuan (£21.4bn) service from Beijing to Shanghai’s Hongqiao station, a purpose-built terminus beside the city’s downtown airport, is the biggest star of the programme, and it goes fully operational later this week. Rail authorities said the 819-mile line will run 90 pairs of trains a day and could increase the capacity of the current line to 80 million passengers a year.
    It reached the top speed of 205mph on a segment of journey between Zaozhuang city in Shandong and Bengbu city in Anhui province. Technically it can go faster, but the government has reduced the speed, to around 186mph for large stretches, and ticket prices following complaints it is too expensive and dangerously fast. “The safety of China’s bullet train is guaranteed,” said He Huawu, China’s top rail engineer at the Ministry of Railways, in response to questions about safety.
    The high-speed train was developed by China, based on foreign technology from Japanese and German firms. Chinese engineers readily admit that its bullet trains and rail lines have “absorbed” many ideas from the West. But China has been speedy in getting the technology to work, and this success is what they hope will translate abroad. Chinese companies are building high-speed rail networks in Turkey, Iran and Venezuela, and are hoping to build in Britain and the US.
    But is has not been all been such a smooth ride. The high-speed rail network has been beset with corruption issues, with the former railway minister Liu Zhijun being dismissed in February in a graft probe. Stories abound of sub-standard building practices leading to delays in construction as sections of track are taken down and reinstalled. In Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi province, local media reported subsidence causing gaps of up to 40cm between the ground.
    Former deputy chief engineer at the rail ministry, Zhou Yimin, went public with his concerns, causing a huge scandal. He said the minister exaggerated the project’s performance, saying the train would reach a maximum speed of 236 mph and maintain a constant speed of 217mph. His utterances were part of the reason why the train is travelling slower than it might have.
    By 2013, China will have the world’s most comprehensive high-speed railway network and 800 bullet trains. The plan is one of extension with the project expected to be expanded to the Iron Silk Road, which will use the technology to link Shanghai to Singapore via Rangoon, and Kunming in south western Yunnan province to New Delhi, Lahore and on to Tehran.
    If all goes to plan, and if serious political negotiations are successful, in 2025 you could board at Harbin at China’s border with Russia in Heilongjiang province, and embark on an epic voyage to eastern and southern Europe via Russia, eventually pitching up in London.

  9. You notice, they always try and get anyone, to talk disparagingly about the president?

    Especially, Hollywood.

  10. I love her responses and it’s great to hear her enthusiastically confirm that she will be back on the campaign trail for POTUS. The enthusiasm and emotion she exudes reminds me of myself and my friends. I still cannot talk about the election of our dear President Barack Obama without my voice quivering and emotional. I want to give her a hug. :)

    As usual with these shills of the GOP corporate media, you can feel and see the disappointment wash over him, he seems to not know exactly how to proceed since his queries about potus Obama is answered with positivity and love. This tool and his ilk want hate/fake outrage. Queen Bey is love and remains an awesome entertainer, woman and role model.

    ObamaBiden2012

  11. Love her remarks about the President. Very positive. He could not get her to say anything negative. She said that she will campaign for him in 2012 just like she did in 2008.

  12. Yeah the but the strong supporters like Beyonce, Tom Hanks and Richard Gere know how to respond.

    Are you paying attention Matt?

  13. Thanks, Jovie, as usual, our Prez will be busy today:

    PRESIDENT’S TUESDAY SCHEDULE

    10:35 AM - The President departs the South Lawn en route Joint Base Andrews

    10:50 AM - The President departs Joint Base Andrews en route Moline, Illinois

    12:55 PM - The President arrives Moline, Illinois

    1:45 PM – The President tours Alcoa Davenport Works, Bettendorf, Iowa

    2:05 PM - The President delivers remarks on the critical role the manufacturing sector plays in the American economy

    3:45 PM - The President departs Moline, Illinois

    5:40 PM - The President arrives at Joint Base Andrews

    5:55 PM – The President arrives at the White House

    —————————————————————————————————————–

    WHITE HOUSE LIVE:

    June 28, 2011 2:05 PM EDT

    President Obama Speaks on the Critical Role the Manufacturing Sector Plays in the American Economy, Alcoa Davenport Works, Bettendorf, Iowa

    June 28, 2011 4:00 PM EDT

    Open for Questions: The Way Forward in Afghanistan, The White House

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/live

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  14. I would think that Cantor investing in funds which bet against U.S. financial future would be big news everywhere. I guess they’re all too busy promoting the Repub name of the day. It does seem it takes the MSM a long time to catch up to some of the news items. Every day I hear reporting on stories I knew a week ago—-or longer. So maybe they’re just catching up. Ever hopeful.

  15. Good morning everyone Beyonce is strong supporte of PBO and so is JZ, I would like to remaind everybody if we can push with a little more $$$$$ I will I all ready donated $75.00 this month , but I will happy to donate another $25,00 Thank you people, and BWD.

  16. Hahaha: From Mike Allen on Politico:

    HALPERIN GETS OFF THE HUNTSMAN BANDWAGON – On “Charlie Rose” last night: “He still does not project well. He still does not have the kind of high energy, rhetorical presentation that voters really want.

  17. I have always admired Beyonce. She works hard, has stayed grounded, and has avoided the celebrity meltdowns common to young women her age in the business. Beyonce’s unequivocal support of President Obama is a breath of fresh air compared to his “base” that enjoys bashing him endlessly. I see that Piers Morgan tried to insert some bad Obama to the conversation and she wasn’t having it. You go girl!

  18. Because nothing went to oil companies during Bush. God.

    Supporters of alternative energy would be supporters of this President.

  19. Maybe Beyonce and Jay-z can throw some serious money to the Burton group. Of course fundraising for the Obama campaign is more ideal as a free concert could raise a crapload of money for the official campaign.

  20. Testing our strength #Romneylies on twitter please tweet using that hashtag

  21. It sure isn’t moving very fast. It’s discouraging to see them this far fom their target with 50 or so hours to go.

  22. Well that was quick. Talk about a fair-weather fan. Who is Halperin supporting now?

  23. Good Mornin’ WiW,

    You “got it goin’ on”…

    All your work *IS* appreciated! ::2+ thumps up:: ;)

    Have a great week!

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  24. In
    “Republicans Gone Wild News”-Michele Bachmann Says John Quincy Adams Was
    ‘One Of Our Founding Fathers,’ Flubs Slavery Remarks w/video http://www.reelectobamabiden2012.com/

    RGW quote of the day-”For
    every fatal shooting, there were roughly three nonfatal shootings. And,
    folks, this is unacceptable in America. It’s just unacceptable, and
    we’re going to do something about it” –President George W. Bush

  25. BWD does your fundraising page totals and especially donor numbers go towards the larger 450,000 goal that the campaign has for June 30th? Would they already be counted in the 389,059 number on the goal site?

  26. So the fires, in AZ, have reached NM…Darn it!

    I hope and pray everyone, there, is safe… :(

    And, they remain so!

    “Get a handle” on those wildfires, AZ!

    Gov Brewer at one of her worst…Grrr!

    WE gotta VOTE ‘ER OUT!

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  27. Bachmann appears to be next shiny thing. To my mind, Halperin has no credibility. I never forget his take on the news about the economy when it turned sour and he said that was good news for John McCain, even as others on the panel questioned his judgment. He was adamant.

  28. Would he get the job if he weren’t fine with the numbers? This was the whole reason for moving Patreas to the CIA…to shut him up and put a General who agreed with Obama in place. Great politics. Love it.

  29. Oh, no!!

    Mitt Romney: ‘Obama Will Cost This Company Jobs,’ Company: ‘No, He Won’t’

    …..”Alcoa spokesman Mike Belwood said the labor board’s battle with Boeing over the South Carolina plant will not have an impact on employment at Alcoa’s eastern Iowa plants, which produce aluminum lithium plate used to make structural components of the Dreamliner.”

  30. Good Mornin’ LL,

    OSG was around “real” early this mornin’…Upthread! lol

    Have a great day! :)

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  31. Well, every little helps. The pace is really variable. I’m in a different time zone (5 hours ahead of DC) and from when I went to bed last night and got up in the morning, there were less than 1000 additional donations. But less than 3 hours later the count had increased by 4000. Maybe they’re processing checks?

  32. Yup. petraeus was kicked upstairs so that shite can get done downstairs. And as cia chief, he doesn’t get to blabber all over the teevee..

  33. Isn’t he the guy who wrote that gossip book? Game Change, I think it was called?

  34. Yayyy. It was around only 3,88,000 about an hour back. Guess people, as usual, wait till the last minute. At this rate, they could hit the 450,000 mark.

  35. ummm…………….PBO, the admininstration, and his campaign better start hammering at the Rethugs. They are coming after his REVENUE streams for his campaign. They will stop at nothing. Yet, they have all the BIG Corp PAC money streaming in for all these subgroups to put attack adds out vs PBO. Cantor is betting against his country’s economic recovery….the beat goes on………We have to fight fire with fire. They are RUTHLESS. Obama/Biden 2012!!

  36. Well Central Ohio must be below the national average then, cause here it is at 3.19/gallon. Thank God.

  37. Jovie, I’m not from FL…

    But, I hope another DEM, like Alvin Brown in Jacksonville, is elected for another FL city.

    GO DEMs GO?! lol

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  38. Christine Lagarde named IMF chief. Drats. I was hoping it would go that meican guy, especially given that their last french guy didn’t exit so honorably.

  39. I think Michelle is the frontrunner as well. She is the only GOP candidate running with charisma; she is a fundraising machine and she inspires the base of the GOP party. She may be bat-shit crazy, but that doesn’t mean she can’t win the nomination.

    There are two new PPP polls out showing her ahead in MT and OR. Romney is going to have serious competition from her.

  40. You mean there are only 16 states with Democratic Governors? There are only 50 states and you state that 34 of those have voter repression legislation in place. WOW…this is what we are up against. Corporate America squashing the working middle class.

  41. Hi Lib Lib, If the austerity budget does not pass this week, you will see a new government and a failed state. If it does pass, the whole matter may well resurface within the next 6 months because Greece cannot pay all this money back. Italy will be the next hot spot, but “they” are now also looking at Finland and Belgium as well as Spain, Portugal and Ireland.
    I do NOT understand why the Euro stays up so high!! Germany, whose debts were forgiven after WWII wants every penny it has lent back. Angela needs to go.

  42. The man from Mexico would never survive a Sarkozy/Merkel duo. Better Lagarde. Besides she is taller than Sarkozy.

  43. I knew Italy was in danger, but had no idea about Finland and Belgium. I don’t see how the Eurozone survives if there isn’t some major restructuring of debt.

  44. I agree, she’s “genuine!”

    And, Africa thanks for this Cantor update…

    Yes, WE need to “keep it on the front burner”…

    I hope at some point, Leader Pelosi, the Rankin’ Member of the Ethics Committee, and other House DEMs will investigate this!

    Inquiry, anyone? lol

    YES.WE.CAN…DO.(Much)More, Together!
    I’M IN…FIRED UP & GOIN’! ;)

  45. Debt restructuring, yes, but one has to drag France and Germany to the very brink of disaster to make it happen even though their banks raided the banks of the other countries. Ireland does have a heart yet. It turns out one of our banks took over one small one in England years ago. The depositors there bought a lot of a particular Irish bond, which is now in trouble along with the rest and should get a haircut. The Irish government decided since most of the people were pensioners, we would leave theirs alone and intact. I thought that was kind even thought we will pay through the teeth to cover those.

  46. I don’t get paid until Friday, so I’ll have to be part of the next 1,000 dollars. Sorry.

  47. Just filled up this am in California at 3.85/gallon. Wish I was filling up in Ohio!

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