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Obama, Bush Advisers Craft Shocking Children's Advocacy Ad

November 14, 2012

Angry groups of voters around the country may be threatening to secede, but former consultants to President Barack Obama and President George W. Bush have put differences aside to create an ad meant to scare America into action.

As the country turns its attention from the election to fiscal cliff, The Center for the Next Generation is drawing attention to another cliff, one that the country's children are being pushed toward.

With more children living in poverty today than have in the last 50 years, a rise in the childhood chronic illnesses, and a lag in education behind other developed countries, the nonprofit and nonpartisan group hopes to start a dialogue about the future of America's children with its first national campaign, "Too Small to Fail."

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