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Last night at the debate, America saw someone who has provided strong and steady leadership as our commander in chief -- and someone on stage with him who is very much not ready to be commander in chief at all.
As President Obama said, Mitt Romney would take us back to the foreign policy of the 1980s, social policy of the 1950s, and economic policy of the 1920s. President Obama's vision, on the other hand, would build on the progress of the last four years, do some nation building here at home, and move America forward, not back.
As we hit the final stretch of this election, it's more important than ever your friends and family hear from you about the detailed second-term agenda President Obama has been laying out on the campaign trail over the past few months -- titled "The New Economic Patriotism: A Plan For Jobs & Middle Class Security." Please take a look and then share it with everyone you know:
Contrast President Obama's concrete vision with what we heard from Romney last night: a willingness to say whatever it takes to win, even if it means trying to hide the severely conservative positions he's taken in the past. Take a look at this video about Romney's performance in the debate, and share it with others:
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