MR. ROMNEY: Well, of course not. I say we're going to replace Obamacare. And I'm replacing it with my own plan. And, you know, even in Massachusetts where I was governor, our plan there deals with pre-existing conditions and with young people. Everybody
GREGORY: So you'd keep that part of the federal plan?
MR. ROMNEY: Well, I'm not getting rid of all of healthcare reform.
Doesn't use the term "Obamacare" but you'd have to be incredibly dense or partisan not to understand what he says here. He has no intention of removing it all nor does he stipulate he'd stop at keeping only the three examples he gave.
I personally think he and the republicans want to use it as a rallying cry for their elections. The way they have abortion. I don't believe they are serious about removing either laws. Which is why I refuse to be dragged into supporting another liberal statist on the Republican ticket. Obama's marginally worse. Well isn't that precious. They've trotted out that damn line for decades as both parties find themselves culpable for it progressively being worse by the year. The Republicans look down upon my beliefs and principles just as the democrats do, it's just that the Democrats feel free to be open now that half of their base is as morally bankrupt as they are. Let Romney and co. go find people like them and see if they can cobble together enought for a majority. I'm staying out of the race since both disgust me.
That quote has been addressed in this thread multiple times. Try to keep up.