Mitt Romney Disagrees And Vows To Repeal
Barack Obama wants Obamacare to stay
Yesterday, U.S. President Barack Obama stated his health care plan, which has been dubbed Obamacare, will not be repealed, "The law I passed is here to stay." Mitt Romney, the man running against Obama in this year's presidential election, disagrees, stating he will repeal Obamacare if he is elected President of the United States in a few short months.
Mitt Romney counting the cost of Obamacare, says it must go
The costly health care plan has been met with severe criticism, over what it has done to the national deficit and the terms contained therein, such as taxpayer money paying for abortions, something that has caused offense among Christians. Obamacare, which occurred early in Obama's presidency, seemed like a rushed job.
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