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Video Mid Day Distraction- Improv Everywhere: "When Harry Met Sally" In Real Life

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NSFW and funny as hell. Via.

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Video- The Daily Show: Assume the Physician

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Video- David Letterman: Top Ten Other AP Twitter Account Bulletins

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VIDEO: Glad you're amused, Mitt, but climate change isn't funny. Ask Hurricane Sandy victims.

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The other day I posted VIDEO flashback: Mitt Romney mocks “rise of the oceans” in which I asked, did he help the families who suffered as a result of Hurricane Sandy? Or just those in swing states? 

He pretended to care about those families at something he called a “storm relief event," but it was actually a self-serving prop dispensary disguising a campaign rally.

He doesn't care about anyone but himself and his own ambitions. This new ad effectively says it all in only 30 seconds:

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http://climatesilence.org/romneyjoke Mitt Romney's mockery of the threat of climate change came soon before the savagery of Superstorm Sandy.

Via LoudSauce.com:

Much of the nation is still reeling from Hurricane Sandy. Our thoughts are with those who have been struck by its fossil-fueled savagery. When Mitt Romney made climate change a punchline at the Republican National Convention, he mocked a real threat to the lives of Americans.

To remind Mitt Romney that climate change is not a joke, we're running this ad in the battleground states of Ohio and Virginia. With your contribution, we can increase the ad buy and put it on the air in additional swing states attacked by this superstorm.

Learn more at ClimateSilence.org

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