Skip to comments.Report: Mitt Romney plan leaves 72M uninsured [Mitt Fights Back Against Flawed Study]
Posted on 10/02/2012 5:35:23 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Mitt Romneys health care plan wouldnt just insure fewer people than Obamacare it would make the uninsured problem worse than it would have been if the law had never passed, according to a comparison of the two plans released Tuesday morning.
The analysis by the Commonwealth Fund, a New York-based health care research foundation....
(Excerpt) Read more at politico.com ...
Buried in the story is a response from Team Romney:
The Romney campaign said the flawed report misstates Romneys proposals and depicts a fantasy world where Obamacare has been a success.
Under ObamaCare, Americans have seen their insurance premiums increase, small businesses are facing massive tax increases, and seniors will have reduced access to Medicare services, Ryan Williams, a Romney spokesman, wrote in an email to POLITICO. The American people did not want this law, our country cannot afford this law, and when Mitt Romney becomes president he will repeal it and replace it with common-sense, patient-centered reforms that strengthen our health care system.
Well, that is good as far as it goes, but the biggest objection OUGHT to be the blatant disregard for the Tenth Amendment and the liberty of the states and the people.
This only matters to those who favor “universal coverage.”
It sounds like an argument about whether we should wear chains of iron or chains of steel.
Who cares ???
theyre only Americans...
But dont worry...
Willard’s little illegal alien friends are all covered...
The federal government is NOT responsible for ANYONE’S healthcare! What is so hard to understand about that????
You can’t “reform” obamacare any more than you can pick up a turd by the clean end. Its very premise is flawed at its heart.
he will repeal it and replace it with common-sense, patient-centered reforms that strengthen our health care system.
Willard has his beloved RomneyCare all ready...
You got that right.
Obamacare is going to leave us all with no health care.
And no money either.
I sure as Hell hope Mitt’s plan leaves 72 million uninsured. They can buy their own insurance.
Just take a look at who issued this “study”—the Commonwealth Fund.
The CF is headed by Karen Davis, who was an Asst. Secretary of Health in the Carter administration. The Chairman of the Board is James R. Tallon, a Dem Party politician who was briefly speaker of the NY House.
The CF is just another Dem Party affiliate.
Obama’s court eunuchs at Politico won’t point this out, of course.