The Wall Street Journal editorial board tore into Mitt Romney this morning, hammering his campaign for meddling its message on whether or not the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate is a tax.
The scathing op-ed painted Romney as the 2012 version of John Kerry, who failed in his 2004 presidential run from the Democratic ticket. And it questioned whether the "tax confusion" will be a "turning point" in Romney's campaign.
Earlier this week, Mitt Romney’s top campaign adviser broke with the entire Republican party and insisted that the individual mandate at the center of the Affordable Care Act and Massachusetts’ 2006 health care law is “not a tax.” “... Read Post
When the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act one political silver lining for Republicans is that the Court effectively declared the individual mandate a tax. The problem for Republicans, though, is that Mitt Romney champion... Read Post