Skip to comments.Florida AG Pam Bondi lets the cat out of the bag regarding Romney's National Healthcare plans
Posted on 01/27/2012 9:52:38 PM PST by Jim Robinson
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi who's fighting to repeal ObamaCare appeared on Greta, tonight, defending RomneyCare. She says Romneys health care plan is not the same as ObamaCare and, in fact, Romney's plan reduces costs. She goes on to say that Romney wants all states to impose similar laws (including mandates) and that she and is all for it.
She went on to explain that she's going to be on Romneys Health Care Advisory Team when hes president!
What this means is that while Romney may say he wants to repeal ObamaCare, he actually agrees with it. He believes that RomneyCare, ie, ObamaCare is a model health care plan and all states should impose similar plans.
RomneyCare and ObamaCare are the same thing. The only difference is that Romney's was imposed at the state level where Obama's was imposed nationally.
RomneyCare = ObamaCare = taxpayer funded abortion = death panels = socialism = government force = fascism = tyranny!!
So Romney and his co-conspirators in the GOP establishment are now planning a National Healthcare Task Force to impose top-down government run national healthcare on all 50 states!!
We all know what Reagan said about government by a group of elites and that socialism would be imposed on America through socialized health care. Well, welcome to the Socialist States Of America if Romney is elected.
If the GOP does this then the hell with them!!
This is tyranny!!
We are the resistance!!
Rebellion is on!!
Go, Tea Party!!
Live free or die!!
Anybody notice Drudge changed his link to FR?
Call me a naive liberal, but I took great pride in this woman fighting Obamacare for us all. Frankly, I thought she hung the moon. Much to my shock, I just watched her on Greta to find that she has instead permanently hung Romney from her chin for money. I am so disillusioned.
This is perfect for the FL weekend - Bondi should resign now as AG for supporting Romneycare, which according to McCollum is no different from Obamacare. McCollum was the FL AG that was the first to file lawsuit against Obamacare... BTW supportss Gingrich
Your dead on right.
Notice he DEFENDED his Mass. signing in the Fla. debate quite vigorously when called on it by R. Santorum. (The liberal Mass. Kennedy state.)
An election for Mass-Mitt, is the insidious COVER the Eastern Bloc, is waiting for. As they then can claim that BOTH “parties” are behind this shackling of every citizen!
Arbeitsziehungslager. No protection from the shackles for anyone outside of fascist government.
I watched and TIVO’d the replay of Greta to make certain. You have it right. Bondi is thrilled that Romney has already asked her to serve on his Presidential Task Force on Health Care for the States!
Bondi is on board with pushing the states to do a health insurance mandate just like Romneycare.... http://yfrog.com/nq5hpz
Full video Greta on the Record Bondi now on youtube.
So now Bondi speaks for all the candidates, I have heard no one say that the states should be mandating healthcare insurance except Romney...
Jim is there a video of this? If I can find one I’ll pass it on to the area Tea Party sites.
Fred just post a link at reply 67 above and I added it as the source link. Thanks, Fred!
Thank you George H.W. Bush!
Does anyone have a link to the full Pam Bondi clip?
I live in FL and would like to send it out to as many people as possible. Pam Bondi should resign NOW if she wants to impose RomneyCare in FL.
Okay.. I’m not a sports person, but don’t all sports have a move called a “fake”?
Pam Bondi looks like a cheerleader to me... just need to figure out who she’s rooting for.
How so? It’s still there and still points here. What changed?
I’m sure Drudge will be all over this. Sarc!
Excellent, Thanks very much, Fred!
I can ditch my TIVO.
Just in case anyone doesn't know or remember, Bondi inherited Florida's lawsuit over Obamacare -- she didn't come up with the idea and didn't initiate the lawsuit on her own. Bill McCollum, Florida's attorney general before Bondi, filed that lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Treasury and the Department of Labor.
AG race will decide future of health care legal battle
By: Brady Calhoun
News Herald (Panama City, FL)
May 02, 2010
With a pending federal lawsuit over the national health care overhaul, whom you vote for could help determine how the lawsuit plays out.
Bill McCollum, Florida's attorney general and a Republican candidate for governor, filed a lawsuit against theU.S.Department of Health and Human Services, U.S. Department of Treasury and the U.S. Department of Labor in March, alleging the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional. The lawsuit, which was filed in the Northern District of Florida, was joined by more than 12 attorneys general.
Two Democrats and four Republicans are vying to replace McCollum: State Sen. Dan Gelber, D-Miami Beach; Sen. Dave Aronberg, D-Greenacres; former Hillsborough Assistant State Attorney Pam Bondi; Lt. Gov. Jeff Kottkamp, Jim Lewis, R-Fort Lauderdale, and Holly Benson, ...
He’s going to institute Romneycare in the states and Bondi intends to help him!
It would be interesting to know how much money Romney, Inc. contributed to Bimbo Bondi’s election efforts.
Bondi’s political advisers in FL are Brett Doster and Mike Hanna, who are Romney backers. Doster is Romney’s senior Florida strategist.
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