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Romney to implement Socialiized Medicine - Universal Health Care

Original post made by RJ Conservative Freedom, College Terrace, on Jul 30, 2012

Mitt Romney, the Massachusetts Moderate (or Severe Conservative, depending on the day of the week or the audience) author of the successful RomneyCare the wildly popular Massachusetts universal health care system, declares that America needs universal healthcare to bring down costs and improve quality.

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Posted by Sanity on this trip?!?!
a resident of another community
on Jul 30, 2012 at 10:07 am

Romney will change his mind by the time he hits Poland. Once there he'll declare that polish sausage is the key to good health and get cheers from poles in the US. Conservatives are a funny breed. You get so worked up over what Mitt says. No sane person believes him, why should you?

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