Comment: Mitt's Weak on ObamaCare Repeal. Notice Paul still is STRONG

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Mitt's Weak on ObamaCare Repeal. Notice Paul still is STRONG

...some of Dr. Paul's anti-war supporters (not all by any stretch, but those who support him primarily for that) aren't as big on health care reform. Dr. Paul has never waffled.

He's practiced medicine when it was relatively free, and he's seen the difference.

Loading up shall-carry requirements on insurance will raise cost and lower quality, yet in The Washington Post, Mitt is quoted as saying:

Two [of the exceptions to his repeal commitment] is to assure that the marketplace allows for individuals to have policies that cover their — their family up to whatever age they might like.

Whatever age they might like??? So, how about insurance has to cover all kids 'til they're 55, then they go straight on to an expanded Medicare? (Extending Medicare to 55-65 was discussed at one point years ago.) How's that? Maybe they LIKEY that, so they get it, right?

Meanwhile, if insurance policies MUST offer that, and MUST cover pre-existing conditions, then you can't pool low-risk people. RESULT: Insurance is contorted into a wealth transfer system.

Hey MITT: YOU DIDN'T BUILD THAT! So, why are you defending that?!