Mitt Romney On Obamacare: 'I'm Not Getting Rid Of All Of Health Care Reform'

A Romney aide told the National Review that he does not support the Affordable Care Act's ban on discriminating against people with pre-existing conditions, despite suggesting on "Meet the Press" that he supported that part of the law.

Instead, the aide added, there has been no change in the Republican nominee's position. "[I]n a competitive environment, the marketplace will make available plans that include coverage for what there is demand for," ... Full Story »

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Sep. 9, 2012

When the hot air is rapidly shifting directions, describing the phenomenon can be a bit difficult, such as here. It seems to be the Mitt position that if there is a pre-existing condition, the magic hand of the market will take care of it by the laying on of hands, or possibly by giving a finger.

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Jon
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by Jon - Sep. 9, 2012

I just hope that the overall media makes sure that the people in this country know that whille millions were watching he is going to be for insurance for those with pre-existing conditions but then has his aide walk the story back with nobody listening except the media for his rich friends.

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - Sep. 10, 2012

In a competitive environment, the marketplace will make available plans that include coverage for what there is demand for," More »

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Shajedulps
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by Shajedulps - Sep. 10, 2012

Very good information, keep it up buddy.

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ebelin dutan
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by ebelin dutan - Sep. 15, 2012

it had a good use of media to reinforce it facts, although im a little confused on whether this article was to bring down romneys votes, or acknowledge that he's indecisive

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