Skip to comments.Ithaca grassroot groups unite for Obama
Posted on 09/29/2011 1:24:53 PM PDT by Behind Liberal Lines
Three Democratic organizers have joined together in Tompkins County to rally up voters for President Barack Obamas re-election.
Senior Veronica De Cesare, a member of Obama for America 2012 who is responsible for canvassing Ithaca College and its surrounding areas, held a meeting in her Circle Apartment last week to talk about re-election tactics and to celebrate the repeal of the dont ask, dont tell policy, which prevented openly homosexual and bisexual individuals from serving in the military.
De Cesare, Cornell University senior Brynn Leopold and Robert Chapman, an adjunct instructor at Tompkins Cortland Community College, met in mid-September during a grassroots training course in Syracuse and are working with different strategies to gather support for the president in next years presidential election....
The Republican primary is on its way, and theyre always on the news, and theyre having debates and in the public view, De Cesare said. The president is still the president and hes got to do his job and doesnt really have this time to campaign per se. So its important to reach out to individuals and campaign on his behalf.
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Obama doesn't have time for campaigning? That may be the funniest thing I'll read all week.
Obama may lose the rest of the country but he'll always Ithaca...the City of Evil.
One of the more beautiful locations in New York State, ruined by it’s inhabitants.
I have been to Ithaca in the recent past.
It looks like San Fransisco - libtards everywhere
Signs on lawns and in windows saying F*** BUSH (still!) and aggressive behavior after they saw my TEA party bumper sticker.
My car actually got bumped (thank God for 5 MPH bumbers)
Has the Revolutionary Communist Party endorsed anyone yet?
I'm sorry, but that just made me snort.