With Supporters Like These…

June 17, 2007

You have to wonder about this YOUTUBE vid, which is a “dedication” to Barack Obama. One could view the video as having a subliminal message: “Obama supporters are just shallow, syncophantic women who think hes sooooo cute and have no knowledge of the issues.”
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They’re also pretty damn hot!

Is this chick simply an admiring fan? Or an operative of one of Obama’s primary challengers?

Maybe Hillary is trying to communicate the message: Bimbos will be chasing Obama if he becomes president, and we can’t have that, now can we?

Or maybe she’s an undercover operative of the OBAMA camp, and she’s going after the “MAXIM/ FHM” vote.

This vid is definitely easy to watch.

Is it persuasive?

Not hardly.

JCPenney Afterschool Fund Makes $9 Million in Grants to Afterschool Programs. go to web site jcpenney printable coupons

Health & Beauty Close-Up November 4, 2008 This school year, more than 20,000 children across the nation are participating in safe, life-enriching afterschool programs thanks to the JCPenney Afterschool Fund and its contribution of more than $9 million through the organization’s access grant program, the company reported.

“Donations contributed to the JCPenney Afterschool Fund by JCPenney with the help of its customers, Associates and suppliers, have helped to directly improve the lives of tens of thousands of children,” said Mike Theilmann, chairman of the JCPenney Afterschool Fund. “Thanks to these grants, at-risk children across the nation now have access to afterschool programs that will keep them safe and foster their academic, physical and social development, helping them to reach their full potential.” It was noted in a release that through four national afterschool program providers and funders — Boys & Girls Clubs of America, YMCA of the USA, National 4-H and United Way of America — the JCPenney Afterschool Fund assisted children who were currently not in afterschool programs or on the verge of leaving afterschool programs due to a lack of funds. These national organizations identified the at-risk children and provided matching funds for full or partial financial assistance. The grants reached youth from kindergarten through the 12th grade in all 50 states, Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico. Additionally, JCPenney contributed over $1 million in gift cards in support of the JCPenney Afterschool Fund grants. Each child who received a grant also received a $50 JCPenney gift card to help with the purchase of clothing and supplies for the school year.

Studies show that 14.3 million children in the United States are unsupervised after school between the hours of 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. each day. Additionally, studies show that youth are at greater risk of involvement in crime, drug abuse and other destructive behaviors during these hours. To address this issue, JCPenney created the JCPenney Afterschool Fund in 2001, and together they have contributed more than $70 million to support the afterschool cause nationwide, giving tens of thousands of children the opportunity to participate in essential afterschool programs. The JCPenney Afterschool Fund continues working toward the day when all children in America will have access to life-changing afterschool programs that help them reach their full potential. see here jcpenney printable coupons

The JCPenney Afterschool Fund is a charitable organization committed to advancing the afterschool movement in JCPenney communities by increasing access for children in need, inspiring innovation in the field, and elevating awareness of the value of afterschool programs.

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