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Romney Turned Obamacare From Tax Into Gaffe: No Formula For Winning

UJesse Wrote: Jul 06, 2012 3:58 PM
The author, Ms. Wright, makes an interesting argument. I'm just not sure she does much to support that Gov Romney is the man to beat Obama. Essentially, what she is saying is that Romney and his campaign aides cannot be trusted to stick to the "talking points." She is also saying that Romney, speaking honestly about why RomneyCare was right for MA (but not right for the US) is a losing argument. People like Ms. Wright want Romney to recreate himself into someone he's not. That's part of the problem. Ms. Wright thinks that the only way that Romney can beat Obama is to be dishonest about his past, stick to vauge talking points and throw in a little racial division. If a patriot like Ms. Wright has no enthusiasm for Romney, will anyone else?

The Supreme Court ruled Obamacare constitutional as a tax with the pivotal vote of Chief Justice John Roberts, the politician. Despite Obama campaigning it wouldn’t be a tax on the middle class, that’s exactly Obamacare is. According to the Congressional Budget Office, as reported by the Wall Street Journal, “three quarters of those who pay the mandate tax will make less than $120,00 a year” and those people need jobs not more taxes.

Instead of coming out like every other Republican under the sun and agreeing it’s a tax, Mitt Romney’s campaign adviser Eric Fehrnstrom said Romney agreed with...