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Is the Clinton Obama damaging the Democratic Party? Up next, we’ve got the details on these top stories and more on your Political News. Hi everyone. Welcome to Get-The-Daily-dot-com. I’m Dana Ward.
16 Jan 2009
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Orange County Democratic party at Sutra Lounge in Costa Mesa with TY KU.
18 Nov 2008
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How the Communist Manifesto of 1848 Blueprints the Actions of the Democratic Party and President Obama Today
12 Apr 2012
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
1 Sep 2008
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
1 Sep 2008
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Joe Biden accepts the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention with an inspiring and personal speech.
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GET THE PRODUCTS HERE: *******www.shoppinggood.info/obama.html August 4, 1961. Is the junior United States Senator from Illinois and presidential nominee of the Democratic Party in the 2008 United States presidential election. Obama is the first African American to be nominated by a major political party for president. A graduate of Columbia University and Harvard Law School, where he served as president of the Harvard Law Review, Obama worked as a community organizer and practiced as a civil rights attorney before serving three terms in the Illinois Senate from 1997 to 2004. He taught constitutional law at the University of Chicago Law School from 1992 to 2004. Following an unsuccessful bid for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2000, he announced his campaign for the U.S. Senate in January 2003. After a primary victory in March 2004, Obama delivered the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in July 2004. He was elected to the Senate in November 2004 with 70 percent of the vote. As a member of the Democratic minority in the 109th Congress, he helped create legislation to control conventional weapons and to promote greater public accountability in the use of federal funds. He also made official trips to Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. During the 110th Congress, he helped create legislation regarding lobbying and electoral fraud, climate, change, nuclear terrorism, and care for returned U.S. military personnel. Obama announced his presidential campaign in February 2007, and was formally nominated at the 2008 Democratic National Convention with Delaware senator Joe Biden as his running mate.
3 Feb 2012
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All Graphic/Artwork was created to support Obama/Biden and the democratic party! YES WE CAN!
23 Oct 2008
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Radio show host Thom Hartmann on progressives and the Democratic Party
9 Jun 2009
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North Dakota Democrat Byron Dorgan announced late Tuesday that this will be his final term in the Senate, potentially impacting upcoming Senate climate legislation. Clean Skies News looks at just how the energy voting could change and what it can mean for the Democratic Party.
7 Jan 2010
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Transcript by Newsy BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource politics news from Newsy There was the Tea Party. Then the Coffee Party. Now -- the Tequila Party? KPHO: “Some Latino leaders are floating the idea of cutting ties with the Democratic Party and launching a so-called ‘Tequila Party.’” But the only shots in this party would be jabs at the political establishment -- who Latino leaders say are taking Latino voters for granted. The man behind the idea -- Fernando Romero -- is president of the non-profit ‘Hispanics in Politics’. Although nothing’s for sure - he says there’s - quote - “definitely talk” among Latino leaders. Fox News explains, he had some caffeinated inspiration. “We were impressed, like I think everyone else was, by the strength the Tea Party showed. And we thought, ‘Why not do, basically, the same thing?’” But as KSWB reports - the tequila party wouldn’t be the same thing -- it would have a pretty specific focus. “Leaders say they are frustrated with the Democrats’ lack of action on immigration reform. They say the Tequila Party would be similar in organization, but would not share the same political views as the Tea Party.” Frustration with the lack of comprehensive immigration reform is not a new sentiment coming from Latino voters frustrated with both Republican and Democratic inaction. On the heels of November’s mid-term elections - political action committee Latinos for Reform made a controversial appeal to Latino voters. “This November we need to send a message to all politicians. If they didn’t keep their promise on immigration reform, then they can’t count on our vote. ... Don’t vote this November. This is the only way to send them a clear message: You can no longer take us for granted.” But an Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog says branching off into a separate party isn’t the answer -- and the Tequila Party won’t have the same success as the Tea Party. “The tequila party ... seems to be trying to get an entire racial group to subscribe to the same (Democratic/liberal) view of a policy, immigration reform. … the authenticity and free form of the tea-party model is going to be a tough one for a lot of groups to copy if they are really just trying to get people to circle back to the same place.” Still -- BV Black Spin’s Dr. Boyce Watkins says it’s not a bad idea -- one the African American community should watch closely. “Black people have been long frustrated by the fact that Democrats have failed to deliver for our community... we might be wise to at least consider joining forces with the Hispanic community to find ways to promote our common interests.” (He does have one bone to pick though --) “...I hope they change the name from Tequila Party to something else. The last thing we need to do is promote another stereotype.” The idea IS still fermenting though. Romero says he doesn’t know if it’ll ever happen -- but told the Las Vegas Sun if immigration reform is shelved one more time -- Latino leaders would “have to do something.” Get multisource video news analysis from Newsy
3 Dec 2010
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