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Obama at GMU Patriot Center Friday, 19 March

by: Teddy Goodson

Thu Mar 18, 2010 at 12:17:38 PM EDT

President Obama will speak at a pre-vote rally for health care reform tomorrow, Friday the 19th of March at the Patriot Center on the campus of George Mason University.  The doors open at 9 AM; the President is sceduled to speak around 11 AM. The event is open to the public, no ticket required. This means Tea Party Republicans and other corporate finks (strike that, should read "Tea Partyers, Republican activists") are also expected to attend. Since many of them are retirees or paid to demonstrate, the local Democratic Committees are in high gear to rally support for health care. If you care about health care and President Obama's success, please show up.  
Teddy Goodson :: Obama at GMU Patriot Center Friday, 19 March
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