Mitt Romney Takes One Of Obama's Comments Out Of Context & Makes It His Campaign Strategy
Breaking News: Conservatives ARE The Zombie Apocalypse! 1
Breaking News: Conservatives ARE The Zombie Apocalypse! 2
(Mitt say's Romneycare was JUST for Massachusetts and shouldn't be applied to the States as the States should decide... while on gay people he thinks the Federal Government should decide NOT the States AND amend that into Constitution! He can't even steal Ron Paul's explanations properly!)...
From Politifact.com (On Obama's health care bill): Still, there's little doubt that Heritage has been a consistent and eager promoter of the exchange idea, especially during the effort to design a new health care system for Massachusetts. That effort concluded with the Democratic legislature joining with the Republican governor, Romney, to implement a system that includes a health insurance exchange. On numerous occasions, Heritage scholars wrote approvingly of the exchange system in Massachusetts, known as the Connector. In a paper about the Massachusetts plan published on April 11, 2006, Edmund Haislmaier, a Heritage fellow in health care policy, wrote of the "truly significant and transformative health system changes that the legislation would set in motion."
2. Here is yet another Mitt Romney campaign add lie that is so absurd that it makes the Republican party look like a cult!
Romney remembers his NAACP speech differently A couple of weeks ago, Mitt Romney brought his trusted teleprompter to the NAACP convention, where he received a polite reception, right up until he vowed to destroy a health care reform law that brings coverage to 7 million African Americans. The Republican then heard loud and sustained booing. Soon after, Romney made it seem as if he wanted to get booed. In fact, that night, he told donors in Montana that if NAACP members want "more free stuff" from the government, they should "vote for the other guy." Two weeks later, however, the Romney campaign has a new video, reaching out to African-American voters (via ABL).