President Obama campaign film

President Obama’s reelection team is gearing up for a fight. Along with hitting several fundraisers and raising millions of dollars from supporters over the past few weeks, the Obama campaign is going viral.

Recently, the President’s team produced a 17-minute documentary directed by acclaimed Waiting for Superman director Davis Guggenheim and narrated by Tom Hanks which highlights the President’s achievements of the past three years.

Today, the team released a two-minute trailer, titled “The Road We’ve Traveled,” which discusses the many challenges the President faced over the past few years and how he’s had to make tough decisions to solve them.

The full video will be released March 15, and the Obama reelection team is encouraging supporters to register to for a chance to watch the premiere at campaign offices across the country.

Are you heading to the polls in 2012? Who will you be supporting? 

  • Perverted Alchemist

    i didn’t vote for Obama in 2008 and it’s highly unlikely that I will do so in 2012. As a longtime follower of politics, his lack of experience and questionable decisions are major bones of contention for me.

  • girlformerlyknownasgrace

    I still think he is better than any Republican alternative. *Shudders*

  • Perverted Alchemist

    Yeah, really LOL!!! I mean there ain’t much to choose from in the GOP. We got an indecisive dude that’s a Mormon (Mitt Romney), a philandering two-timer (Newt Gingrich), and a colossal idiot (Rick Santorum).

  • df

    not voting for obama and none of the republicans are looking good….i might not bother wasting my vote…obama will probably get reelected anyway…GOP is falling all over itself….it’s unbelievable almost…

  • Dalili

    President Obama gets my vote. Given the choices, I believe he is the man for the job.

  • Simone L

    Yeah, given the choices I’m stuck. Stuckety stuckety stuck stuck. But he’s the least of the crazies. Not even in the crazy category but…yeah. Those rethuglican mofos…see…Romney is kinda good looking but he’s….not the guy. Shucks

  • girlformerlyknownasgrace

    I really think that voting for Obama is best. Not voting is what helps passionate Republicans get more votes, or at least keep people who are indecisive from voting. And this election I am not so sure that everything is a done deal.

  • Informed Citizen

    I will not be voting for President Obama. His ability to make sound decisions are highly questionable, especially after he signed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). For those of you who are not familiar with NDAA, it is an unconstitutional Act that would create indefinite detention of American citizens without the right to council. The writing within the Act is very vague and contains highly controversial provisions.

    I suggest you check it out for yourself. The more you know…

  • Bernadette

    When President Obama took office no one else wanted the job because of the mess our country was in, heck I sure would not wanted the job of being the President of this great country of ours, yet he took on the challenge and indeed that what it was. He was given sour lemons did he cry about no he took it and made lemonade sure it may have not been the best lemonade one has ever tasted, but yet it was the best he could do with what he had. He made us many many promises and he told us CHANGE would not come overnight he told us that. America had been in trouble for many many years with the rich stealing and sucking every penny they could from middle class and poor Americans. the rich are still up to their old tricks President Obama has tried to make the playing field ever so slightly fairer to the have not, but the rich refuse to give one cent. They make all the money and they want to keep all the money, and even this hasn’t really changed the rich are still getting RICHER and the less fortunate are getting less and less fortunate. Americas greed is what’s brought us to this place were at at this point in time and until greed is rooted out of our country things will continue to get worse for the many and better and better for the few.

  • Dee

    I will definitely be voting for Barack Obama in 2012. And I will be campaigning for him also. He is the best candidate for the job, absolutely, without a doubt in my mind.

  • Greg

    HELL NO!!!!

  • Priceless34

    Won’t be voting for Obama as I didn’t in 2008.

  • Mike

    I will be voting for President Obama. He truly values all Americans. He weighs complex problems properly. Those that are campaigning against him attack him with simplified soundbites. He understands that we do not have a fair tax system. The loop holes in our tax code are for the powerful and the very wealthy. It makes no sense for the wealthiest Americans to pay less as a percentage of income than everyone else, but that is the system we have installed. 3,500 of the top 5,000 corporation pay no federal income tax and 4,500 pay less than 5% federal income taxes. Forget the marginal rates. They really don’t matter.for most Americans. Whether it be taxes, education, defense, poverty issues, social concerns, of just plain fairness, he is the leader for all of us. The other candidates will placate to the masses and treat us ignorant subjects that can be easily led. They think we can’t think for ourselves. We can and we can see through those that only attack with no real plans but to continue to cut taxes and increase the deficits. They make no sense. President Obama is trying and continues to work for all Americans

  • Viet Vet

    I’m well within the top 10% of income, but right now I will not vote for ANY GOP candidate. I will be 65 soon, and have NEVER seen such unpatriotic partisanship – they have done all they could to hamper the recovery hoping it will hurt Obama’s chances. The top 1% and corporations are doing fine, but the economy is still struggling, and the GOP could care less. Add in their chicken-hawk desire to attack Iran, their dumping on women, and bringing religion into government and they have zero that I support.

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