Sunday, November 04, 2012

Obama's Schedule Nov. 5

Times are eastern. Looks like POTUS and FLOTUS will wrap up the campaign where it all began, in Iowa. Bruce Springsteen will perform. 

This is it folks. Know that a low turnout benefits Mitt, so vote like you mean it. If Romney wins, it will be in the most despicable way possible, through lying and cheating and four years of the GOP blockading Obama's every move, even moves that they once supported. I certainly wouldn't be proud to be a republican.
Good read: Conservative talk show host Michael Smerconish endorses Obama, tells it like it is:
The day after Obama took office, Rush Limbaugh told Sean Hannity he wanted him to "fail." Later, Glenn Beck called the president a "racist" with a "deep-seated hatred of white people." Donald Trump's birtherism took hold while words like socialist were uttered with increased frequency. And a prairie fire of falsehoods spread through the Internet suggesting, among other things, that Obama is a Muslim or refused to recite the Pledge of Allegiance, paving the way for Dinesh D'Souza's fictionalized "documentary" 2016, which characterized Obama as fulfilling the anticolonial agenda of his father - a man he literally knew for just one weekend!

Live streams.

11:45 AM
Obama delivers remarks at a campaign event in Wis.
12:55 PM
Obama departs Madison, Wis.
2:05 PM
Obama arrives in Columbus, Ohio.
4:10 PM
Obama delivers remarks at a campaign eventat Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.
8:25 PM
Obama departs Columbus, Ohio.
10:00 PM
Obama arrives in Des Moines, Iowa.
10:50 PM
Obama and Michelle Obama deliver remarks at a campaign event at the Intersection of East 4th Street and East Locust Street in Des Moines, Iowa.

A good summary of where it stands. Democrats are ho-hum, which could mean a Romney win: