Mitt Romney: The Wrong Man, The Wrong Message, The Wrong Time
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Mitt Romney: The Wrong Man, The Wrong Message, The Wrong Time

Boston : MA : USA | Jul 21, 2010 at 7:08 PM PDT
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Mitt Romney on what Should and Shouldn’t be Used Nationally from Massachusetts Health Care System

Whenever anyone mentions the 2012 election, inevitably the name of former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney becomes a topic of conversation. And when it comes to polling data, Romney is often seen as a front-runner, forecasted to be stronger than the current occupant of the Oval Office, Barack Obama.

Increasingly, many of those in the Republican Party think Mitt is the GOP’s “go-to” guy in the next election

I guess you’ll just have to pardon me for failing to drink the Kool-Aid regarding the former governor. I just think it’s about time somebody stated the truth about Gov. Romney.

Mitt Romney is the wrong guy, at the wrong time, carrying the wrong message for America!

When Congress passed President Obama’s health care bill, it immediately became paramount that freedom-loving Americans everywhere must support someone who will not only repeal this frightening, tyrannical monstrosity, but also repeal it.

Mitt Romney simply won’t do that.

He would tinker with health care. He would undoubtedly change it. But he most definitely wouldn’t abolish it.

When he was governor of Massachusetts, Romney proudly signed into law a sweeping, statewide health care bill, not much different from the abomination Obama signed into law recently.

Romneycare was supposed to cut health care costs in the state of Massachusetts in much the same way that Obama promised his health care bill would cut health care costs in America.

However, Romney’s prescription for Massachusetts resulted in higher health care costs and an ever-increasing flow of red ink into the state budget. In short, the state’s economy is going underwater faster than a sedan at Chappaquiddick.

Dr. Romney did for Massachusetts what Dr. Obama is about to do to the entire country. Their prescription for budgetary well-being would ultimately make Jack Kevorkian proud.

It shouldn’t be necessary for me to explain that Massachusetts is one of the most liberal states in the entire country. The people of this state repeatedly elected Barney Frank and Ted Kennedy, a couple of unindicted co-conspirators, largely responsible for the recent financial crisis.

This is the same Progressive playground that promoted Romney to the governor’s mansion. And when it comes to conservative principles, Romney is an un-Mitt-igated disaster.

As our ship-of-state continues steaming towards a moral, social, and economic abyss, we don’t need someone who will lighten the load; we need a person who will turn the ship.

Although he’s clearly better than Obama, Mitt Romney certainly doesn’t fill that prescription.

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