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Romney: We Must Repeal ObamaCare in its Entirety

mdecca Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 9:24 AM
Repealing Obamacare does not mean that it had absolutely no redeeming features. Romney has said that he would put into his plan that feature which would not disqualify people with previously existing conditions and maybe even allowing children to remain on their parents' plan up to a certain age, perhaps 26. But that does NOT mean that the remaining 2,000 + pages of Obamacare and the heavy burden it puts on our budget, our businesses and our health care providers is any good, or that Romney could not develop a better, less costly pan to the taxpayers and patients.
Fuzzy2 Wrote: Sep 11, 2012 9:32 AM
No one is putting Romney in charge of our healthcare. He is not authorized to monkey with our healthcare. It is not legal for him to monkey with our healthcare. I have as much right to make every health insurance company in America to insure dependents as Romney does.

Over the past two days, many have raised questions about whether Mitt Romney is actually committed to repealing ObamaCare in its entirety after telling ABC News he supports certain aspects of the law. Romney never said he would keep any part of ObamaCare, but said he would place certain parts he supported, like the coverage of pre-existing conditions, into his own healthcare plan after a full ObamaCare repeal.