what was romneycare and how was it different than obamacare?

Question by honesty: what was romneycare and how was it different than obamacare?
and is “care” the wrong word?

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Answer by Chad
Pretty much street away from socialism, Obama is a marxist a communist and a socialist, he wants to replace capitalism with socialism say good bye to the American dream.

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4 thoughts on “what was romneycare and how was it different than obamacare?”

  1. Care is not the wrong word…

    Romney’s plan was for the state of Massachusetts only, and Obama used that plan as the model for the Affordable Care Act. (Obama-care)

  2. The primary difference between Obamacare and Romneycare is the level at which it’s being administered. Obamacare is a national government issue, whereas Romneycare dealt simply with the states. I mean, their implementation of the two may be a tad different as well, but the desired effect of the two is identical.

  3. There is no difference at all, as Obamacare is actually the exact carboncopy of Romneycare. However, for the sake of opposing everything Obama did/does, Romney hypocritically demonized Obamacare.

    *Until 2009 the GOP supported Healthcare reform including the individual mandate (their idea). When Obama drafted Obamacare, he crossed party lines (as promised when campaigning) by including Romneycare as the basis for the national healthcare law, but how was he to know that GOP´╗┐ leaders would then publicly decreed that ANYTHING he purposes would be blocked & viscously attacked.

    **From the moment Obama entered office, right-wing conservatives embraced the posture of hell-bent opposition. In Jan. 2009, Rush Limbaugh expressed his hope that Obama fails. One month later, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell proudly embraced Limbaugh at a conservative conference. The fringe rhetoric of far right activists had quickly become the de facto governing strategy of the Republican leadership, as they adopted a posture of obstructionism.

    MCCONNELL: The single most important thing we want to achieve is for President Obama to be a one-term president.

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