Mitt Romney

Romney's Phony Answers To Tough Health Care Questions

During last week's debate, GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney once again pledged to repeal Obamacare, but he was light on details about what he would replace it with, other than to suggest that his administration would encourage states to come up with reform plans of their own.
"What we did in Massachusetts is a model for the nation, state by state,"
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Obama Campaign: Romney's Etch A Sketch on Abortion Was Too Fast for His Campaign

In an interview today with the Des Moines Register editorial board, Mitt Romney said that, “there’s no legislation with regards to abortion that I’m familiar with that would become part of my agenda.”
But that statement contradicts his pledge to appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade. And within just a couple hours of the story with Romney’s abortion comments posting, his spokesperson clarified that he would in fact support legislation to restrict a woman’s right to choose.
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Presidential Debate #1: You Snooze, You Lose

I for one was shocked! Mitt Romney pulled through! He was such a good candidate...smilin' and lyin'. He made us conservatives proud. I can't wait to watch the next one and look forward to keepin' score again. There's so much excitement in the air...who will gaffe next, Biden or Romney? I'm so excited I might have a drink. Wait, Jesus won't like that. I'll have grape juice:)
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Mitt Romney Style

Whether or not you're familiar with "Gangnam Style," one of the most recent pop singles-turned-memes, you'll learn to love the parody "Mitt Romney Style."
It depicts a less-reserved Mitt Romney showing us the good life, such as sleeping on golf courses, throwing around money and shouting out to ladies of a similar tax bracket.
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89 Million Americans 'Out of Luck' Because of Pre-Existing Conditions

On Thursday's debate, Romney threw out as many false claims as he could in order to appear as if he shared some of President Obama's most popular policies in his own plan. In this video, the DNC breaks down Romney's real plans for health care, which is to exclude Americans with preexisting conditions.
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Romney Attempted To Defund MS Program as Governor

In July of 2003, a mere 7 months after taking office, Romney took out the hatchet.
"(10) $162,368 for the MS PASS program, so-called, as previously established at the department of public health. Said funds shall be expended to maximize matching dollars to be used for services provided by the program as managed by the Central New England chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.
[The Governor disapproved this item.]"
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Mitt Romney on 47 Percent: I Changed My Mind!

Mitt Romney would like to let you all know that he changed his mind on the "47 Percent" and was "wrong" when saying the things he said (that he usually agrees with).
This clip from the Majority Report, live M-F at 12 noon EST and via daily podcast at http://Majority.FM
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How to Talk to Your Friends About Mitt Romney and Women's Health

Wednesday night's presidential debate has everyone buzzing about the candidates: extreme anti-choice Mitt Romney and pro-choice President Barack Obama.
The only way we're going to continue to protect women's freedom and privacy and improve health-care services for women and families is by re-electing President Obama. You know that, we know that, but, unfortunately, there are still some critical voters who do not plan to vote for him on November 6.
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Why Todd Akin is a Better Person Than Mitt Romney

Over the past few years I've written many posts here at SMP about Rep. Todd Akin, detailing his bizarre pronoucements and what I often assumed was his typical GOP mendacity. Akin's behavior during his current campaign for the Senate, however, has convinced me that he actually believes his own BS, or, in the few cases when he doesn't, he thinks he's serving a higher purpose. He's really just that dumb ...
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How a Dressage Horse Becomes a 'Small Business'

Not everyone knows that the food, training and stabling of Mitt and Ann Romney's dressage horse, the one that competed in the Olympics, is also considered a "small business" by the Romneys, allowing them to claim a $77,000 deduction for "business losses" on their income taxes. How can such a travesty happen? Well, Romney created a "business" called
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