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Gray Mouser
Former Republican
11:29 PM on 03/10/2011
Imagine that.

Not such a demon after all.
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rmonroe
04:44 PM on 04/05/2011
Next it will come out that Canadians, Brits, and the French love their healthcare system. Wait, they already have proven that. There is ZERO reason not to have single payer in this country. Except for whiny teabaggers who already have top notch coverage.
06:30 PM on 04/05/2011
Except for the Billions being made in private health care industry.
11:25 PM on 03/10/2011
I would opine that Romney is the only viable Republican candidate for president out there. He even looks presidential. He is one Republican that can get votes from both conservatives and liberals. His healthcare program is very successful if you listen to objective people polls rather than polls influenced by the medical industry, insurers, or those on the far right. His religion is a Christian religion (not a weirdo alein cult religion that much of the far right has charged) and, while the Morman religion origins are "unusual", you can say the same for all religious dominations. Not that I favor of him for president, but I believe some fairness to the candidate is badly needed.
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dragonladywaltham
politicians are SUPPOSED to serve Americans
11:11 PM on 03/10/2011
What I consider the ONE good thing he did for us in Massachusetts and he is ashamed of it. He is no longer pro-choice either. Never believe a Republican!!!
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Talossa
Liberal. Pro-Israel. Recovering atheist.
12:37 AM on 03/11/2011
The moral of the story is, If a Republican actually manages to accomplish something that helps people, other Republicans will eat him alive.
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builderman55
Featherless Biped
01:55 AM on 03/11/2011
Exactly. One has to swear fealty to corporations to be in the GOP.
sudzy
educate the children
04:43 AM on 03/11/2011
I'm from Norwood and agree completely...but I'm really glad he's gone.
10:57 PM on 03/10/2011
"84 percent of residents are satisfied with the Massachusetts plan." Is that what you are apologizing for, Mitt?
09:06 AM on 03/11/2011
they are satisfied with the coverage...not the cost...unless you're on the dole..
10:53 AM on 03/11/2011
It doesn't say that in the article.
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Brain User
10:44 PM on 03/10/2011
Very sad to run away from your own success to get elected because you are appealing to a know nothing crowd blind with ideology refusing time after time to use even 0.00001% of their brain capacity.
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dayzee10
Some people are #%?!*!*# NUTS!!!!!
10:42 PM on 03/10/2011
Don t believe that this was old Mitts plan he had to be dragged kicking and screaming to sign it, but it is working though it could be better. Mitt is at least a sane candidate but he will pander and kiss the a** of the retealibanbaggericans
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blanchedub
09:48 PM on 03/10/2011
But what about the poor insurance companies??? How will they make their massive amounts of money on the backs of the poor and gut us all for premiums if we go ahead and have Romney-care for everyone! My goodness, that would be just like Obama-care! We can't have that.
Insurance companies need to thrive and get rich after all.
Try to remember: This is America! It's all about the money!
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IntelliWriter
"Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold"..Yeats
09:32 PM on 03/10/2011
Ooooops....you mean the healthcare plan worked!! And according to Deval Patrick on "This Week," the budget has only been affected by 1%. Now they're tackling costs and the benefits could be even greater. Who would've thought that a "past success" could come back to haunt you. Sorry Mitt!
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jfbuf
If voting made a difference it would be illegal
09:24 PM on 03/10/2011
your screwed Mitt
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centsable
my bio has been deleted...
09:20 PM on 03/10/2011
O K Mittens, how are you gonna backtrack, misspeak, flip-flop on this poll. See you could be a hero if it wasn't for those dang teabaggers ;o)
08:16 PM on 03/10/2011
Hey, I'm here to tell you that I'm from Massachusetts and I love Romneycare!

I don't much care for Mitt Romney because he screwed our state in every other possible way, but the health plan our family of 4 is on now, that costs me only $302/mo, would have cost me about $1,500 if I were to (try to) buy it as a self employed small businessperson. I went without health insurance from '01 to '06. (not by choice) Thank God none of us got hurt or sick during that time.

Don't believe ANYTHING Romney says. He is such a phoney. He will say anything to get elected. He was only (effectively) govenor of Massachusetts for about 18 months. He didn't raise "taxes" but he DOUBLED all state fees such as car registrations, professional licenses, etc.

Now he wants to repeal obamacare????? what an A$$H0LE!
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chlai88
Change is the only constant
07:04 PM on 03/10/2011
Is this a political asset or liability for the GOP ? Promoting it will mean their fanatic objections about Obamacare will sound hollow. Likely they'll spin it thru Fox till Romneycare has completely nothing to do with Obamacare.
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Collective Numbness
TRUTH JUSTICE & THE AMERICAN WAY
06:29 PM on 03/10/2011
Mitt Romney = State Level One State At A Time

Vs.

Obama = 2 + 2 = 5
10:59 PM on 03/10/2011
Mitt is running away from his plan. Mitt Romney = Flip Flop.
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Collective Numbness
TRUTH JUSTICE & THE AMERICAN WAY
06:24 PM on 03/10/2011
Hillary said Obama could not get it right. Obamacare is not Constitutional.
We need Mr.Fix It. We need Mitt Romney.
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mistlesuede
07:26 PM on 03/10/2011
I don't ever remember HRC saying any such thing. She went through the muck first, that is all.
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havana62
I've already told you more than I know.
06:16 PM on 03/10/2011
All the guy has to do is become a Democrat and he's a true contender for the White House.