Skip to comments.Mitt Romney on Health Care Overhaul (Your World with Neil Cavuto)
Posted on 03/05/2010 11:17:37 AM PST by GOP_Lady
NEIL CAVUTO, ANCHOR: More closed-door meetings on health care. The president and members of his own party now pow-wowing in private over the very next move.
Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney telling me theyre doing it all wrong. And he knows. He overhauled health care when he was running Massachusetts and says that his plan was nothing like the presidents now.
More of my chat with Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann.
(Excerpt) Read more at foxnews.com ...
Carpetbagger Romney imposing RomneyCARE:
"My Death Panel is now the first.
We Democrats sure love each other
Health care in Massachusetts: a warning for America [Romney brings Mass. to its knees]
The Bay State's mandatory insurance law is raising costs, limiting access, and lowering care.
Sedalia, Colo. - In his recent speech to Congress, President Obama could have promoted
healthcare reforms that tapped the power of a truly free market to lower costs and
improve access. Instead, he chose to offer a national version of the failing
"Massachusetts plan" based on mandatory health insurance. This is a recipe for disaster.
Three years ago, Massachusetts adopted a plan requiring all residents to purchase health
insurance, with state subsidies for lower-income residents. But rather than creating a
utopia of high-quality affordable healthcare, the result has been the exact opposite
skyrocketing costs, worsened access, and lower quality care.
Under any system of mandatory insurance, the government must necessarily define what
constitutes acceptable insurance. In Massachusetts, this has created a giant magnet for
special interest groups seeking to have their own pet benefits included in the required
package. Massachusetts residents are thus forced to purchase benefits they may neither
need nor want, such as in vitro fertilization, chiropractor services, and autism treatment
raising insurance costs for everyone to reward a few with sufficient political "pull."
Although similar problems exist in other states, Massachusetts' system of mandatory
insurance delivers the entire state population to the special interests. ."
Piss on Romney and his enablers
Shame on RomneyCARE. How “Edwards” is that?
You are welcome.
We the People http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc_-L4fyLUo
And how much would his word mean?
Ann Romney gettin’ competitive and trying to put the slam on Palin, without quite saying so, by saying Romney should be judged by how his children and grandchildren have come out and are leading their lives.
Poor sport spoiler Romney doing what he does best:
"Despite outspending his rivals by huge margins throughout the primaries,
(Mitt Romney, Carpetbagger UT,CA,MA,NH,Mexico) lost Iowa, South Carolina, Florida and California.
The only primaries he won were in Michigan, where Dad was governor; LDS states;
and a few states on Super Tuesday in which his California-obsessed rivals
couldn't spare the cash to advertise.
Only John Connolly in 1968 had a worse cash-to-delegates ratio.
And John McCain rightly did not like Romney's tactics during the primaries.
(W)hen (Romney's early leads) started slipping away, he resorted to unfair,
distorted, scorched-earth negative ads, betting that his opponents couldn't
afford to spend enough for the truth to catch up to his charges."
[Romney: A Mistake for McCain, 7/23/2008, Dick Morris]
Of course it's creators are not thinking about running for the POTUS and trying to pass themselves off as Conservatives...
My goodness, what was posted on this thread to drive you to trash it with your spam. Your immaturity grows with time.
You’re probably going to call me a RomneyBot, say Romney is my master and call me a coward next.
Are you the president of the committed that bring us the creative keywords on the Romney threads and some that aren’t Romney threads.
Just so you don’t confused again, this is also addressed to Mr. Robinson only for his information.
He is not posting “spam”. He’s posting information that will hopefully educate those who are unaware of Romney’s deplorable record.
I would hardly call that “trash”.
She said it repeatedly and as a non sequitor response to a question, so you know she was primed and prepped to get it out there.
About as long as the usual Mittbot suspects. Welcome to the thread!
Always consider the source...
Jim Rob (Jim Thompson to you) has stated over and over again this site will never endorse Rommey. Period. The site owner *can not stand* Romney, and never will.
You crybaby Mittbots are here at his amusement. Don't like it? Bye.
And before you spout the usual 'first amendment' cry, I suggest you actually read the first amendment first.
This is a private site, and the owner can do what he wants.
My trash, your treasure. It clutters the thread, and I don’t read that many links regardless of who posts them. I certainly wouldn’t from someone that displays the temperament and intolerance of this poster.
Thank you for your input, do you have a comment on health care (the subject of the post) or what I posted relating to it.
Still think it was done out of anger and frustration (that the group can’t banish Romney from public exposure), but each can judge for themselves. I certainly didn’t post anything to provoke the poster to direct it to me.
I think your “immaturity” comment nailed it pretty well. Just know there are other FReepers who can approach these discussions and disagreements like adults.
Just do as I have done, and ignore the others. Not worth the keystroke.
To be honest, I’d be happy if pro-Romney articles were banned. They seem to be all over this forum recently.
Your “someone that displays the temperament and intolerance of this poster” is my “patriot who posts the truth about a devious politician”.
Thank goodness there are members of this forum who are willing to do the research and work to expose candidates who should be unacceptable to conservatives.
"Romney in Seven Words"
"On Wednesday, after his loss in the New Hampshire primary, Gov. Mitt Romney returned to Boston
to lick his wounds and conduct a telephone fundraiser before heading off to his next must win state of Michigan.
ABC Radio microphones were there and they featured an audio quote from Romney in their top of the hour news broadcasts.
Romney was encouraging his phone bank volunteers with a little pep talk when he unintentionally summed up his entire campaign;
ironically hitting upon the reason why he has failed to gain any traction with conservatives despite spending the most money of any Republican.
ABC News Radio was contacted by telephone and confirmed the following quote from their report.
" Hit the phones today make all the promises you have to, and
make sure that we get the funds that we need to keep on propelling this campaign forward with power and energy.
Make all the promises you have to.
Thats Romney in a nutshell.
Of all the Republicans running, he alone has sought to clarify, cover,
and indeed change past positions in an attempt to curry favor with conservatives.
In the process, Romney has developed a reputation not as a principled conservative,
but as a politician who will say almost anything and take almost any position to win votes. "
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