(via NY Times)
Ok, I know my timeline has been a little heavy on the Obama-related posts. But as I mentioned before, I got accepted into the spring fellowship program, and it’s taking up 15+ hours of my time every week (and worth every second).
Last night, OFA-FL invited supporters from all across Broward County to be the first to see The Road We’ve Traveled, a short documentary film directed by Davis Guggenheim and narrated by Tom Hanks. There were so many people that came we had to screen it three times to make sure everyone was able to watch. There was applause. There were tears. People left feeling more inspired than ever. And as one of the OFA staffers said to the crowd, “He works so hard for us, we really should be proud to work hard for him”. If you couldn’t make it to a screening last night, you can watch the video embedded in this post.
Get involved. Become a volunteer now and help build the foundation that will help him get re-elected in November.
Once again, Fort Lauderdale area women came out to make a difference on this statewide Day of Action! Remember, no matter what state you’re in, you can also get involved with the campaign.
And all across the US at BarackObama.com
Thanks Obama!!!!!!!!!!!!! (not sarcastic)
You’re welcome!!!!! (Also not sarcastic.)
This is for real, by the way—just tell us where we should send your free bumper sticker.
I got mine. And then I donated $10 to get the car magnet. OBAMA/BIDEN 2012, Y’ALL!