Born in the USA! Bruce Springsteen to Hit Campaign Trail for Barack Obama

With a little over three weeks to go in the election and the polls dramatically tightening, Bruce Springsteen has decided to hit the campaign trail in support of President Barack Obama. Springsteen will campaign alongside Bill Clinton at a campaign rally in Parma, Ohio on Thusday, October 18th. That same day, he’ll appear at another event in Ames, Iowa.

Campaign manager Jim Messina said in a statement reported by The Washington Post that Springsteen echoes the values the president is fighting for. He added that Springsteen’s appearances will help get out the vote efforts in Ohio, a swing state whose 18 electoral college votes are considered crucial.

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Obama’s laughing liar

If Vice President Joe Biden’s mission in Thursday night’s debate was to cure the Obama administration’s credibility problem, he failed.

In fact, he made matters worse.

Not just because of his smirking boorishness, which doubtless was meant to excite the hard-left types who routinely treat Republicans with similar contempt.

No, Biden’s big problem was what came in between the unchecked interruptions of Paul Ryan and the nonstop chuckling.

It’s the fact that Barack Obama’s veep seemed incapable of telling the truth.

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Absolutely Uncertain

A new, 18-minute mini-documentary follows the journey of Irina, a 23-year-old liberal, Jewish New Yorker who voted for Obama in 2008. Yet as her connection to Israel has grown, and she has learned more about the President’s policies across the Middle East and towards Israel in particular, Irina has come to realize that “when the chips are down,” the President may not “have Israel’s back” as he says.

The short film features:

Exclusive interviews with leading journalists and politicians in Israel
(Bloomberg, London Times, Jerusalem Post, etc.)

Mainstream news reports (CNN, MSNBC, ABC, BBC, etc.),

Clips from longtime Democratic supporters including: Harvard Professor Alan Dershowitz Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch Senator Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) Rep. Eliot Engel (D-NY)