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Romney Etch-a-Sketches His Opposition to ObamaCare

Weisenheimer Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 9:23 AM
Yes, Mormons seem to be all about enriching themselves, so they then can enrich the church. We should all be worried about this.
philbryson Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 5:30 PM
As a Mormon, please let me agree with you that I have never sought to become poor. But in pursuing material progress, I have always been taught to be honest. If I want to attend the Mormon temple, I must look a priesthood leader in the eye and affirm that I am honest in my dealings with my fellow men. May I also remind you that Romney's tax returns indicate he gives more by far of his income to good causes (not including those of his church) than the aggregated democrats I have read about. When Romney was governor and when he worked on the olympics he did not accept a paycheck. Aber lass das nicht stoeren, und machen Sie sich keine Sorgen, mein lieber Weisenheimer.
Blair43 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 11:30 AM
Wow, most of the time I always hear that people only want to make money for themselves - not to donate it to charities. People being successful so that they have extra money to use to help others? Sounds like a terrible way to get people to buy into large government-subsidized programs like SCHIP, food stamps, SS, etc.

Class warfare isn't getting Obama anywhere. Trying to mix in religion with it isn't going to get you anywhere either.

Mitt Romney has appointed ObamaCare profiteer and former Utah governor Mike Leavitt to head his presidential transition team. Politico reports that Leavitt has “headlined health care policy discussions at $10,000 per-person Beltway fundraisers for Romney” and may become White House chief of staff if Romney wins. ObamaCare opponents should be outraged.

Leavitt has spent the last couple of years spreading dangerous (but self-enriching!) nonsense about how states would benefit by establishing ObamaCare’s health insurance “exchanges.” He seldom mentions that his “consulting” business

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