Romney says he likes some parts of Obamacare

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    Romney says he likes some parts of Obamacare - POLITICO.com

    Real free market solutions! :lol:

    I think, as a child, that I'd like to be covered up to around 80. That should give me enough time to really get my feet in the door.
     
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    ...and exchanges...and tax subsidies...and...
     
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    Fuck,

    Romney invented it in Massholeshotiss.
     
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    Romney didn't say whatever age the children might like, but the families might like. Let adult children decide what their parents should do for them and we'd have a federal law that parents are obligated to replace the X-Box as soon as a new model comes out.
     
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    "Adult-children" he says. :lol:
     
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    Romney's the father of Obongocare. He isn't going to repeal something he said, he wanted to go national half a decade ago.
     
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    Socially there isn't a dimes difference between Obama and Romney. Only on some economic and energy issues. That's what we're voting for.

    We're voting on the economic plan. This is a economic election.
     
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    And this makes it clear that Romney is not a free market capitalist as he would have us all believe, but a Keynesian central planner just like Obama.
     
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    Yeah dumbfuck, that's why he made millions in the free market as a capitalist. :eusa_whistle:

    Oh, but you being a nobody say no because you are insane.

    Not all parts of Obamacare are evil, some things could work if taken out on their own and not part of the master plan to implode the healthcare system.

    Like say finding ways to insure people with pre-existing conditions. We aren't caveman like you believing it is survival of the strong when it comes to medical coverage.

    Even Ron Paul probably believes in helping people get insurance to cover their basic needs......eh, kook.

     

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