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"If America doesn’t shape the rules of the global economy today, to benefit our workers, while our economy is in a position of new global strength, then China will write those rules. I’ve seen towns where manufacturing collapsed, plants closed down, and jobs dried up. And I refuse to accept that for our workers. Because I know when the playing field is level, nobody can beat us." —President Obama on why it's time to pass the most progressive trade deal ever: http://go.wh.gov/HW8bVz
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+Brian Smith  I AM IN THE MIDDLE CLASS AND GUESS WHAT, MY TAXES HAVE NOT GONE UP. MY PREMIUMS HAVE NOT SKYROCKETED YOU NAME CALLER.  IF NANCY PELOSI WAS SO BAD THEN HOW WAS SHE ABLE TO GET STUFF DONE BUT BOEHNER CANNOT GET ONE THING ACCOMPLISHED. YOU DO NOT KNOW PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY SO GO BACK TO YOUR SCHOOL BOOKS AND PERHAPS LEARN SOMETHING, mKAY?
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"We have the best businesses in the world. When the playing field is level, nobody beats the United States of America." —President Obama on why it's time to pass the most progressive trade deal in history: http://go.wh.gov/2uNXFC #LeadOnTrade
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           I Had A Dream, World Leaders Played a Card Game

I had a dream,  the world leaders were playing a card game!
Yes, and it was labeled "The Most Honest Card Game In The World"
Oh, this game had rules,  card game rules like no other
And the game began, everyone at the table was shocked
For at the start of the game  all cards were face up on the table!
Then each player had their money, yes it all was real money
No checks, no treasury notes, no IOU's were accepted
No chance to bluff, no poker faces, no over estimated fortunes
No chance to ruin the game with marked cards or fake aces
Sitting there at the card table, all were real players,no fake faces!
All were dressed alike, no dark glasses. no poor or wealthy traces
Yes,  what incredible dream, the best card game for world leaders
All players equal, balanced, in "The Most Honest Card Game In The World".
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What place would you fight to protect in the face of climate change? Shari L. told us she would choose the Florida Gulf Coast. Check out these nesting sea turtles: go.wh.gov/Earth-Day #EarthDay #ActOnClimate
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you should see the movie the pelican brief
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President Obama let these students in Everglades National Park know that starting this fall, every 4th-grader in America will get a one-year pass for free admission to all of our public lands for them and their families → go.wh.gov/EarthDay ‪#‎EarthDay‬ ‪#‎FindYourPark‬
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Greatman of the world. Dr.suba singh Amritsar. 
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To celebrate #EarthDay, we're asking people to share what natural places they would fight to protect from climate change. Shannon T. from Virginia sent us this photo saying she'd choose Shenandoah National Park. Tell us what place you'd protect using #ActOnClimatehttp://go.wh.gov/3faeA1
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+Glen Cauthon true, but hell spend money on us, we'll just think of stuff, and the money can be from the moneys congress doesn't give to charity.
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Happy National Park Week! Celebrate by getting out to a park near you, and let us know what place you're concerned about protecting in the comments using ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬ → http://go.wh.gov/S984Qb
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This adorable pangolin? It's the most trafficked animal in the world. Make sure your friends see these 10 animals the President's trade deal will help protect from illegal wildlife trafficking → http://go.wh.gov/Pangolin #LeadOnTrade
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+Josh Beach So, beyond proving that you can copy and paste links from right wingnut blogs, what have you added to the thread?
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"Climate change can no longer be denied. It can’t be edited out. It can’t be omitted from the conversation. And action can no longer be delayed." —President Obama celebrating ‪#‎EarthDay‬ at Everglades National Park: go.wh.gov/EarthDay ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬
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What a joke . Chicken little the sky is falling .
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"Protecting the one planet we've got is what we have to do for the next generation." —President Obama at Everglades National Park on ‪#‎EarthDay‬: go.wh.gov/EarthDay ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬
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He is starting W.W.III and telling people the sky is falling . What an ass clown .
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Happy ‪#‎EarthDay‬! Share the place you're concerned about protecting using ‪#‎ActOnClimate‬ → http://go.wh.gov/EarthDay
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"Give it up for the 2014 College Football National Champions!" —President Obama congratulating the Ohio State University Buckeyes: http://go.wh.gov/GmWeAY
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What has he EVER said worth listening to twice?
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"It’s about protecting our God-given natural wonders, and the good jobs that rely on them. It’s about shielding our cities and our families from disaster and harm. It’s about keeping our kids healthy and safe. This is the only planet we’ve got. And years from now, I want to be able to look our children and grandchildren in the eye and tell them that we did everything we could to protect it." —President Obama on #EarthDay and why it's time to #ActOnClimate: http://go.wh.gov/Pk4j7N
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a style master another term in office for you SIR
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