I don't believe Mitt on Obamacare repeal, or trust his conservative bona fides at all, either. Do you? This nation cannot afford another Republican president that only pays campaign circuit lip service to the limited government platform of the party.
“Some things worked, some things didn’t, and some things I’d change,” he said of the Massachusetts plan he authored, without offering specifics.
In his first public appearance in the first-in-the-nation primary state since last October, the all-but-declared presidential candidate said that nothing the president has done during his first two years in office was “more misguided and egregious … than Obamacare.”
“Obamacare is bad law constitutionally, bad policy, and it is bad for America’s families,” Romney said. “The federal government isn’t the answer for running health care any more than it’s the answer for running Amtrak or the Post Office.”
“One thing I would never do is to usurp the constitutional power of states with a one-size-fits-all federal takeover,” he added.
In his remarks, Romney three times called for “Obamacare” to be rolled back, saying at one point, “I would repeal Obamacare, if I were ever in a position to do so.”
Another Black Conservative hits proverbial ball-out-of-the-park regarding this 'news' on Mitt Romney, although I don't appreciate the jab at us follicly-challenged Americans:
Perhaps if Mitt Romney did not treat the TEA Party like it had the plague, he would not have to go around pretending to be "one of the people". One of the crucial elements people are looking for in 2012 is authenticity. After Obama, Americans are done with window dressing. Many of us would be happy to elect a buck-tooth, bald head, fat man so long as he really says what he means and means what he says. When it come to Mitt Romney, we have no idea what we will get.
There is no alternative to Mitt Romney, you say? Nonsense: