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Should Romney Apologize for Romneycare?

jburkiewicz Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 10:21 AM
Ron Paul is the ONLY candidate that can beat Obama. Most people who have educated themselves enough to actually VOTE for Ron Paul, WILL NOT VOTE FOR ROMNEY under any circumstances. Through researching Romney's history we know that what comes out of his mouth has little to do with what he will actually do once in power. Additionally, most of his current stated political views are identical to Obama's (TARP, bailouts, war, the Fed, individual mandates, etc.). So it is pretty much guaranteed that most votes FOR Ron Paul in the Republican Primaries are votes AGAINST Romney in a presidential race (whether they be for the Libertarian candidate, a write-in, or Obama). However, if Ron Paul pulls it off and wins the Republican...
Pamela166 Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 4:15 PM
RonPaulBot Zombie spews nonsense
vietnamvet Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 10:38 AM
And, those same Paulbots didn't vote for McCain/Palin in 2008. Their devotion to a Congressman who has never passed a national bill in his 30-year career helped put Obama in the Presidency.

Can we ever thank them enough?

Now, they are advocating the same treachery in November ... voting for a man who has no chance of winning, thereby aiding Obama, again.
It's always been a challenge for Mitt Romney to explain the differences between Romneycare and Obamacare. The two programs share a lot of the same features -- mandate, penalties, subsidies, exchanges and others. Romney has consistently argued that those provisions are acceptable, even good, at the state level, but not acceptable, and in some cases not even constitutional, at the federal level.

The problem isn't just that Romney frequently finds himself making detailed explanations, which is never a good thing in politics. The problem is that it always sounds a little odd to voters for Romney to say that when he...

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