White House Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

WHITEHOUSE: Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

The White House was illuminated pink last night to mark the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During October, President Obama wrote in a Presidential Proclamation, “we honor those we have lost, lend our strength to those who carry on the fight, and pledge to educate ourselves and our loved ones about this tragic disease.”

This month, we stand with the mothers, daughters, sisters, aunts, and friends who have been affected by breast cancer, and we recognize the ongoing efforts of dedicated advocates, researchers, and health care providers who strive each day to defeat this terrible disease. In memory of the loved ones we have lost and inspired by the resilience of those living with the disease, let us strengthen our resolve to lead our Nation toward a future free from cancer in all its forms.

BUT, meanwhile on the other side of the aisle!  FOR ONCE, these words say way more than the picture and proclamation do.

h/t @TheDailyEdge:

AnnRomney says:"I had breast cancer. and I lost my mother and grandmother to ovarian cancer."

MittRomney says: "I'll Eliminate Cancer Screenings"

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