Rod Stewart helps parents of disabled children with a cheque
A group of American parents who take a lot of had settling to a protesttrip to Washington to pay a financial contribution received from Rod Stewart.
The singer saw a report on CNN about the people of the state of Louisiana, who, with their handicapped children to a small two thousand kilometers traveled to Washington to protest against cuts in Medicaid, the health insurance for Americans with low incomes.
The group had $ 7,000 (6000 euros) will be picked up for the trip, which is a total of $ 30,000 (25.700 euros) cost. Stewart explained the difference.
One of the mothers from the group, a fan of the singer, filmed how they “the biggest cheque of her life” cashed at the bank. During a concert earlier this week showed the singer with the song, Forever Young a tribute to the families on big screens.
“As some of you know, I live in America and I pay here tax. I am not a Republican and I am not a Democrat. However, I’m a father,” said the rocker, which eight children, the action