Presidential Candidates 2012

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2Mayret Rodriguez Prof. J. Luciano Fallad ENC1101: English Composition Due: October 9, 2012 705877 T/TR (8:30-9:45PM)

Exploring the two presidential candidates of 2012

Thesis Statement: The purpose of this essay is to explore the two presidential candidates, Governor Mitt Romney and current President Barack Obama so far as it relates to their positions on health care, education and their values as individuals.

I. Introduction & Judy’s story

II. Health care
A. Barack Obama
1. Affordable insurances
2. Companies will not be allowed to refuse insurance because of previous illnesses 3. Enables young adults to stay in parents insurance plan until age 26 B. Mitt Romney
1. Stop grants to Medicaid
2. Seniors will be given money to purchase their own insurances 3. Agrees somewhat with Barack Obama’s health care

III. Education
A. Barack Obama
1. Provide double Pell Grant money
2. Give rewarding incentives to good teachers 3. Give states the freedom to create individual plans B. Mitt Romney
1. Pell Grant money will be diminished for millions of students 2. Cut down on teachers
3. His bizarre statement on education

IV. Values
A. Mitt Romney
1. Apposes same sex marriage
2. Pro-life abortion
3. End funding to Planned Parenthood
B. Barack Obama
1. Supports same sex marriage
2. Pro-choice abortion
3. Jobs and education to people with disabilities
V. Conclusion
Both candidates this year are very well educated, smart and want the best for our country. 1. Both are educated
2. Change your future for the best
3. Vote for Barack Obama

Do you know how your life might change based on the decision you make November 6, 2012? Judy Smith’s life changed just because of President Barack Obama’s health care reform. Before the Affordable Care Act Judy Smith would go every year to get a mammogram because her family has a history of breast cancer. Due to her low income she was propelled to skip a year from her annual check-up. After the Affordable Care Act she found out that it covered mammograms free of charge. She then was capable of going back to her annual routine and her doctor found a small tumor in her breast. Since they found the tumor at the beginning they were able to start treating it early. Thanks to President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act Judy Smith is now living healthy and free of breast cancer. This women’s life changed completely and so can yours and your loved ones too. The purpose of this essay is to explore the two presidential candidates, Governor Mitt Romney and current President Barack Obama so far as it relates to their positions on health care, education and their values as individuals. Health care is an important issue to Americans due to the fact that many of them suffer from various illnesses that insurance companies have turned their backs on. Not only that, health care insurances has gotten extremely expensive especially for those with low income. If someone with low income that cannot afford health insurance gets a serious illness, they will almost automatically be in debt because of how expensive medical procedures are. President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform will make insurances affordable to help small businesses and individuals. This reform will also provide the serenity to families that their health insurance will...
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