Santorum or Higher Education


Mitt Romney Caught Drawing Gay Acts on Etch a Sketch, Forces Santorum to Endorse Obama MARCH 23, 2012 6:41 AM


Eartha Kitt – C’est Si Bon (featuring Marilyn Monroe)


Leontyne Price “Song to the moon” Rusalka


Leontyne Price “Pace, pace mio Dio” 1980


Leontyne Price – “Summertime”


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You and Obamacare


  Why health reform matters: Seniors
There’s no doubt that if the GOP got their way and repealed Obamacare, seniors would be one of the groups hit hardest. Last year, millions of seniors and disabled Americansrelied on Medicare for quality health care — and almost 26 million received at least one preventive service free of cost. Thanks to President Obama’s plan to close the Medicare “doughnut hole,” seniors saved an average of $600 last year on prescriptions. Share the facts with everyone who should know:

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Five ways Romney would hurt Americans by repealing health reform
Of all the GOP candidates, Mitt Romney‘s been leading the fight to repeal health reform. So this week, we put together the top five ways that Romney repealing Obamacare would hurt Americans. For example, did you know that if the law is overturned, up to 129 million people would continue to be at risk of being denied insurance due to pre-existing conditions? It’s scary to think what would happen if this reform is rolled back. Spread the word:

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 Infographic: How Obamacare will close the Medicaredoughnut hole
Yesterday, Vice President Joe Biden spoke to folks in Miami about Medicare, and laid out a clear contrast between President Obama’s and Mitt Romney‘s plans for it. While Romney plans to end Medicare as we know it and make seniors pay more, President Obama is working to strengthen Medicare and close the famed Medicare prescription drug “doughnut hole,” which forces some seniors to pay thousands of dollars for prescription medications out of pocket. It’s just one way the President is making sure that when people retire, they can do it securely — and with dignity. Take a look at the infographic we put together comparing their plans, then share it with friends and family:

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 Insurance companies barred from denying Americans with pre-existing conditions
One of the biggest achievements of Obamacare is that people will no longer be denied coverage because of pre-existing conditions. What’s considered a pre-existing condition? Everything from high blood pressure to asthma to cancer or heart disease. And they’re more common than you may think — up to half of Americans under the age of 65 have one. If Romney and the GOP have their way, they’d immediately roll this back — essentially telling folks they’re on their own. Share with people how critical this piece of health reform is to us:

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