Mitt Romney made the case in 2009 for taking Romneycare national on multiple occasions. Here's one.
Assuming that Republican voters continue trending towards Mitt Romney on Super Tuesday, by the time we wake up on Wednesday, the drama of the GOP nomination battle could be at an end, or at least close to it.
If that happens, then Republicans will have decided to nominate a guy who not only signed the blueprint for Obamacare into law, but who also repeatedly urged President Obama to consider using it as such—including the individual mandate.
In August 2007, Mitt Romney said taking Romneycare nationwide would cover the uninsured Although Mitt Romney signed the individual mandate into law in Massachusetts and supports it to this very day, he says he is fundamentally and u... Read Post
Are Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich, and Ron Paul—not to mention Republican voters across the nation—wasting their time today on Super Tuesday? Washington insiders from both parties think that with the formerly moribund ec... Read Post