The True Story of “Romneycare”–Mitt Was AGAINST Mandated Insurance!

Mona Charen explains what happened in Massachusetts when Mitt Romney was governor, and how the democrats in his state congress made his health reform act into a punitive behemoth. Unfortunately, the current U.S. president uses the latter model.

Mitt Romney
70th Governor of Massachusetts
In office
January 2, 2003 – January 4, 2007
Personal details
Born Willard Mitt Romney
March 12, 1947 (age 65)
DetroitMichigan, U.S.
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Ann Romney (m. 1969)
Children Taggart (b. 1970)
Matthew (b. 1971)
Joshua (b. 1975)
Benjamin (b. 1978)
Craig (b. 1981)
Residence Belmont, Massachusetts
Wolfeboro, New Hampshire
La Jolla, California
Alma mater Brigham Young University (BA)
Harvard University (MBAJD)
Positions Co-founder, Bain Capital (1984–1999)
CEO, Bain & Company (1991–1992)
CEO, 2002 Winter Olympics Organizing Committee (1999–2002)
Signature Signature "Mitt Romney", first name more legible than last name

The Design of Doom

Those of us who were paying attention in 2008 understood the campaigning president’s promise to punish gas and electric users, and his plan to make coal and gas reach astronomical prices for Americans. One thing he did not account-for, in his arrogant approach and simplistic naïveté, was the fact that electrical plants, coal-fired ones, are the source for charging-up his electric dream-cars. Another misguided notion was alternative fuel, namely ethanol, one lone gallon of which requires fifty gallons of water and lots of corn (a once-cheap food for the common man) to produce.  Tipping his hand on energy and fossil-fuel, this same president allowed foreign dictators to drill for oil in the Gulf of Mexico, and prohibited same by U.S. companies. To refresh your memory, or to enlighten you for the first time if you were  caught up in the synthetic euphoria of 2008, watch this video provided by backwoodssurvivalblog: