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Steven Rattner, former head of President Barack Obama's auto industry bailout crew, now has some second thoughts about the General Motors and Chrysler rescues. Say what?
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The RNC is giving away free anti-Obama bumper stickers as part of their #WeCantWait campaign. The Republicans recently hijacked the hashtag on Twitter after President Obama’s campaign used it to rally supporters. The NObama bumper stickers are perfect for those of you who think Barack Obama should be a one-term president. Put one on your car, your school binder, or your forehead...
Sure, we’ve grown a little weary of the NBA lockout charity games. But when the president calls and says he is putting a game together guys are going to lace it up for that one. Well, it’s to help fundraise for Barack Obama’s re-election campaign, so maybe we shouldn’t expect to see Spencer Hawes. But…
President Barack Obama has signed legislation giving tax breaks to companies that hire unemployed veterans, telling businesses "if you are hiring, hire a veteran."
WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is bringing together more than two dozen NBA stars for a fundraising basketball game next month.
A number of NBA stars have committed to play in an exhibition game to support the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama, according to sources.
Ray Allen is an unabashed Barack Obama supporter. In fact, that's Ray looking a bit Presidential himself during a visit from President Obama recently.
So it's no surprise that Ray's included in an All Star fundraising game to benefit the Obama campaign. Via the President's re-election website:
Confirmed to play:
Ray Allen - Carmelo Anthony - Chris...
WASHINGTON (AP) -President Barack Obama's re-election campaign is bringing together more than two dozen National Basketball Association stars for a fundraising basketball game next month.
Swag never stops.
I have to apologize, I swear that I didn’t have my Google news alerts set to “Obama” today, but I just can’t help when the President gets caught up in the day’s top stories. In this case, we’re currently in Day One-hundred-and-I-don’t-give-a-crap-anymore of the NBA lockout and the players and owners are more concerned with hiring lawyers and deciding...
The race for the Republican presidential nomination is unsettled, with an anything-can-happen feel six weeks before Iowans start the state-by-state process of choosing a GOP challenger for President Barack Obama. Hoping to sway the many undecided voters, most of the contenders visited the state in the past week.
Well, this could get awkward. Doc Rivers and Ray Allen are scheduled to play together in Barack Obama’s basketball game, but — thanks to NBA lockout rules — the two aren’t even allowed to speak. (ESPN)A number of NBA stars have committed to play in an exhibition game to raise money for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign.The mix of hoops and political fundraising...
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President Barack Obama has already discussed how he’s “concerned” and “heartbroken” about the NBA lockout. He can’t end the lockout, but the President will temporarily satisfy his basketball jones through a who’s who exhibition game in December.
The South Florida Sun Sentinel reports that participants already include Alonzo Mourning, Ray...
Magic center Dwight Howard, who attended the inauguration of Barack Obama, is apparently going to join his re-election campaign -- on the court.
ESPN.com has reported that Howard has committed to play in the Dec. 12 exhibition game in Washington D.C. to raise money for Obama's bid, along with many other NBA stars.
Heavy D was remembered with laughter and tears Friday during a star-studded funeral service that included Jay-Z, Diddy and Will Smith, and words of encouragement for the late rapper's family, delivered in a letter from President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama.
Well that’s cool. On his presidential website, Barack Obama announced the first annual Obama Classic Basketball Game in Washington, DC and some of his favorite high tax bracket friends will be playing in support of the Obama Victory Fund.
Confirmed to play:
Ray Allen – Carmelo Anthony – Chris Bosh – Vince Carter – Tyson Chandler – Jamal Crawford – Kevin Durant –...
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is turning President Barack Obama's own words against him in the Republican hopeful's TV first ad of his 2012 White House bid.