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Yesterday the Supreme Court ruled that Obamacare is constitutional. It’s already helping millions of Americans save money and live healthier lives, and will help millions more in the years to come. No American is losing coverage or going bankrupt just because they get sick, preexisting conditions are being covered, and millions of Americans will keep saving money on their premiums, preventive care and prescription drugs.

The American people will choose between Mitt Romney’s vision that would take us backward and President Obama’s vision for moving America forward.

Today Mitt Romney is campaigning in Virginia, once again attacking the President and distorting his energy record. While President Obama is helping families save at the pump with his all-of-the-above energy strategy, Mitt Romney and his Big Oil allies continue to attack his plan, fighting to keep their tax breaks and block alternative fuels.

Mitt Romney is campaigning in Virginia with supporter Governor Bob McDonnell and Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, who just endorsed Romney. Romney and McDonnell want to turn back the clock on women’s health, winning the support of Tea Party standard-bearer Michelle Bachmann.

As Mitt Romney campaigns with Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell today, the Obama campaign released “The Life of Julia,” an online interactive tool that highlights the decision women face in this election. It tracks how President Obama and Mitt Romney’s policies will affect Julia, a typical middle-class woman, at each step in her life: from early childhood, through her school years, until she has a child of her own, starts a business and retires.

Today’s analysis confirms that the House Republican tax plan would, like Mitt Romney’s tax plan, benefit the wealthiest and hurt the middle class. The House Republican tax plan would give millionaires a huge tax break while raising taxes on families making less than $200,000. An expert from the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center said it would shift “the burden of the tax code toward the middle class.”

Mitt Romney met with Rick Santorum today in Pennsylvania before a campaign stop at a manufacturing company where he’ll claim to be an economic expert. Even Santorum knows that Romney’s brand of economics would be a disaster for our country and our economy – he’s been telling voters about it throughout the Republican primary.

Today Mitt Romney is raising money at the home of billionaire oil executive and campaign advisor Harold Hamm, who has supported manipulating energy prices. Romney is also campaigning in Colorado, where he distorted the President’s all-of-the-above energy strategy that’s making America more energy independent.

Romney’s taken almost a million dollars from the oil and gas industry, and he supports a laundry list of its demands, including:

Mitt Romney said this week he will “take a lot of credit” for the success of America’s automakers. He’ll say anything to get elected.

Romney thinks we don’t remember what he says. That’s not the kind of character we want in a President. We need a leader who always tells us where he stands, not someone who repeatedly lies and says anything to get elected:

Romney Economics: Today Mitt Romney is at a small business in Florida, claiming again that his business experience will help it and other small businesses grow. But small business activity slowed dramatically in Romney’s Massachusetts. Romney Economics didn’t work then and it won’t work now.

Massachusetts Under Romney: He failed to create an economic environment that would attract entrepreneurs and encourage small business owners to grow and hire.


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