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“So, are you with me?”

President Obama sent this message to supporters today:

My first run for office started way back in 1995. Back then I knocked on doors, stood in front of grocery stores shaking hands, and printed my own flyers at the local copy shop.

I haven't won everything I've taken on since then, but I've learned a heck of a lot from the challenges I've faced—and I've never regretted a single fight.

This time, losing just isn't an option. Too much is at stake. Millions of Americans have fought too long and too hard for health care reform, the opportunity for their kids to go to college, and for a steady job with a good wage. But a Romney-Ryan White House would roll back so much of our progress.

Just remember, these are the guys that talk about repealing the Affordable Care Act on their first day in office, taking away a woman's right to make her own health decisions, turning Medicare into a voucher system—and giving huge tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires at the expense of middle-class families.

I am going to do everything in my power to make sure they don't get the chance—but I can't do this alone. What you give right now will decide whether we can get enough voters to the polls on November 6th.

So, are you with me?



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