Americans are Safer and Beter off with Democrats ~ United We Stand

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In 2004 the Republicans told us that America wouldn't be safe if the Democrats won the White House. They said this even though they were the ones who dropped the ball allowing 9/11 to happen. Through Republican inability to lead, 3000 Americans died and over a million more in the two wars which followed. These Republicans drove up the National debt so that they could enrich their friends. Now, they want all of us to pay for that by giving up Medicare and Social Security. This just goes to show how out of touch these Republicans are.
The truth is that the Republicans did not keep us safe, they did not improve our economy or catch those responsible for 9/ll. The truth is that these Republicans almost put us into another Great Depression while fighting two senseless wars and almost bankrupting the Country.
The fact is that President Obama and the Democratic Party saved us from that Great Depression and from more terrorist attacks. The fact is that where Mr. Bush failed to get Bin Laden, President Obama succeeded. We can find many faults with the Obama presidency, but it is far better than the presidencies of Mr. Bush or Mr. Romney would ever be. We are safer today, thanks to Barack Obama.

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