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Why We Must Try

Why We Must Try
Instead of “Yes we can,” many Democrats have adopted a new slogan this election year: “We shouldn’t even try.”
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2016 Democratic National Convention Stakes out Philly

2016 Democratic National Convention Stakes out Philly
The City of Brotherly Love got a boost from the DNC today with the announcement that Philadelphia will host the Democratic National Convention the week of July 25, 2016.
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DNC's 'Mitt Math' Ad

In the absence of a clearly articulated breakdown of Governor Mitt Romney's tax plan, many pundits and economic analysts are doing the math for him and questioning his sincerity.
The DNC is capitalizing on the varied newsroom segments in this new ad and highlighting Romney's ambiguous responses about tax reform and who it will affect.
The real question is will Romney divulge more detail about his tax cut plan during tonight's debate or will it be left to the 24-hr news cycle and the DNC to fill in the gaps and raise fears?
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Romney: Both President Obama and I Care - DNC: Half True

Romney: Both President Obama and I Care - DNC: Half True
According to the Washington Post's Greg Sargent, Mitt Romney is pulling all of his existing advertising in favor of the ad below, which seems to be aimed at reversing the damage caused by Romney's "47 percent" remarks. In the ad, Romney says "President Obama and I both care about poor and middle-class families.
Unfortunately for Romney, the DNC has already prepared their own ad in response. It contrasts Romney's new ad with some of the things he's said throughout the campaign, reminding voters of exactly why he has to run his new ad in the first place. In ends with a brutal skewering of the Romney slogan: "Believe in (half of) America.
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Charlotte 2012 - Photos From The Convention Floor

If you're not a delegate and relying on the limited number of floor passes for access to the convention floor, the earlier you request one, the better your chances. I got mine before the gavel even came down and spent a great half hour wandering the floor, chatting with the few Alabama delegates who had arrived, and mingling some with the "big time" media types.
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