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House meetings happening all over UA

While Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin, along with Rudy Giuliani, openly mocked and derided the job of community organizing at the RNC convention, another 100 people got engaged through UA house meetings during those three days -- and the pace hasn't let up yet. In fact the frequency and level of interest keeps going up.

A packed house: over 50 people came to this house meeting hosted by an Obama supporter and UAPA member. It's easy and fun to host or attend a house meeting.


House meetings are a powerful way to get others engaged in the campaign process. We need you! If you'd like to host or attend a house meeting, or just learn more about what it takes to host a house meeting (it's simple!), sign up here.

Both Giuliani and Palin specifically mocked Barack's experience as a community organizer on the South Side of Chicago more than two decades ago, where he worked with people who had lost jobs and had been left behind when the local steel plants closed.

Let's clarify something for them right now.

Community organizing is how ordinary people respond to out-of-touch politicians and their failed policies.

As one UAPA member wrote: "After watching Sarah Palin last night, I'm completely dedicated to putting on my walking shoes and working for the Obama/Biden ticket."

 

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