30 days. 30 designers. 30 reasons to re-elect President Obama.
"Blue collar or white collar, we have minds and hands that want to make, create, and move us forward. Let’s keep jobs here in the USA, and get everyone back to work."
See Through The Lies
"President Obama bases his policies on actual facts. While all politicians "spin" the news to present themselves in the best possible light, Republican candidates have reached a disturbing level of dishonesty and delusion in the past four years. How can we trust Mitt Romney, when he has embraced so many sides of each issue and so many outright lies?"
"Since the recession in 2008 Obama has not only taken on fixing the economy, but stances on a number of progressive and social issues. Voting for Obama again in 2012 will ensure that the US will continue on this upwards trend towards a better country."
"The accusation that Barack Obama’s tax plan engages in class warfare is fatuous. The plan is founded on the principle that if you’re fortunate enough to have become successful working in America, then your tax rate should be commensurate with that success. Everyone chips in fairly to maintain the shared resources used by all which enable your individual growth and progress. This principle becomes particularly beneficial to you when the bridge you take to work everyday is in need of some upkeep."
"Never was there a presidential candidate so desperately in need of correction."
President Obama supports a woman’s right to choose and has taken steps to ensure that the cost of contraception is fully covered by most health plans.
I can’t support Mitt Romney, a candidate that seeks to limit women’s access to contraceptives, and at the same time, vows to prevent safe and legal access to abortion.
President Obama hasn’t changed his stance on women’s issues to appease religious groups or gain political ground. Mitt Romney vows to overturn Roe v. Wade, in stark contrast to his pro-choice position in 2002, and has backed a proposal to outlaw abortions even in the case of incest and rape.
It comes down to this: In the next four years, the President will most likely select at least two new Supreme Court justices. The stakes have never been higher and the choice has never been clearer. Stand with President Obama to protect women’s rights.
"In 2008, we made a choice to leave the past behind. Barack Obama was the person who represented our hopes for the future. Now we’re in that future, which (as usual) isn’t exactly what we thought it would be. But the choice we have to make now isn’t just about one person. It’s about all of us—and whether we’re on our own or all in this together. This poster shows 50 stars (representing us, of course), each in its own place on the spectrum, but all connected in more ways than we know."
"I know who I’m voting for. I doubt Governor Romney’s supporters can say the same."
"Let the man finish the job he started."
"If the Affordable Care Act stands, 33 million people will be insured ten years from now who wouldn’t be covered otherwise. If it’s repealed, the ranks of the uninsured will swell to 60 million."
Source: “How the Number of Uninsured May Change With and Without the Health Care Law,” The New York Times, June 27, 2012.