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To Our Leaders: Free Us.




$427 million. That’s what the oil and coal industries spent during the first half of 2008 on lobbying and advertising. They’re protecting their interests – and hurting ours.

This ad is running on TV right now, but we need millions more to see it. The special interests will outspend us, but we can compete head-to-head with them when we find ways to share these messages for free.




We want 50,000 people to watch this ad in the next 72 hours. Will you help?

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  1. طيب وشو دخلنا إحنا ؟ الدعاية هاي جاي عشان الإنتخابات الأمريكية مش عشان رؤية عالمية ...

    بالأول أعطونا مية عشان نعرف نشربها

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  2. يعني انتا مش واضح الك انو امريكا لوحدها بتستعمل 40% من طاقه العالم؟ او كيف اي شي بصير هنالك راح يأثر علينا بشكل مباشر؟

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