Tuesday, March 1, 2011

President Obama WANTS YOU to BELIEVE HIM on Mitt Romney


I've got to hand it to Obama. Complementing Romney on his "STATE" health Care Plan.

It kind of reminds me of the type of guy everyone knows. The one that is looking for that same promotion that you are, coming over to you and wishing you luck.

Do you know the Real reason President Obama keeps bringing up Romneycare? The answer is so easy to figure out that I feel silly bring it up as if folks don't already know. The reason he keeps bringing it up, is because Obamacare, can't stand on it's own as a national plan. Why, (I feel silly again) because it's a "STATE" plan

I'm not going to bore everyone with the reasons, many are tired of the rehashing of states rights vs national mandate. If you haven't figured that out by now, Then Obama is TALKING TO YOU and hoping that he can convince you that What's right for Massachusetts is right for the country.

Well is it? Is that what you think?


Anonymous said...


Short and sweet. Only sheepies will fall for Obama's reasoning.


larry said...

Well said and SO TRUE.

Right Wingnut said...

I bet Mitt wishes he hadn't said the following...

"I'm proud of what we've done. If Massachusetts succeeds in implementing it, then that will be a model for the nation."

Anonymous said...

He also said that if states like what MA did, perhaps they could use some of the parts of the plan for their own "states".

Our "Nation" is made up of "states", is it not?


Anonymous said...

I cannot believe the gullibility of so many conservatives when they hear Obama and his cronies saying that their national plan is just like Romney's state plan. Obviously, Obama wants to hang his albatross on Romney's neck and have one less political opponent. Conservatives really, really need to wise up.

Obama and his people never conferred with Romney about health care, and Romney always talked about health care being done by the states. RW, you are wrong in your interpretation of what Mitt said about health care. Having been a governor of a state, he understands the importance of federalism. You don't trust him, which is why you refuse to believe that about him. Maybe you could try to believe that as a governor, he wasn't anxious to have the feds come in and control everything, or else he wouldn't have had a job. He doesn't strike me as the kind of guy who likes or needs to be told how to do everything. I think we can agree on at least that much about him.


Anonymous said...

Romney might not even win New Hamphire as many think. He got beaten bad by McCain there. And McCain is from Arizona.
I predict Sarah Palin beats him or gets close second in the New Hamphire primary.

Ann said...


"Romney might not even win New Hamphire as many think. He got beaten bad by McCain there. And McCain is from Arizona.
I predict Sarah Palin beats him or gets close second in the New Hampshire primary."

Why not put a name to your prediction so we'll all know who to laugh at?

OhioJOE said...

"Conservatives really, really need to wise up." Yes, Conservatives need to stop promoting MAcare on steroids on a national level.

DanL said...

It is within the realm of possibility for Romney to lose NH, but it is not within the realm of possibility for Palin to win NH as long as any reasonably viable candidate is still in the race then. Yes she could win IA and SC, though they would be long shots, but not NH.

Lori said...

This idea that Romney is responsible for everything wrong with Obamacare is born in the smokefilled back rooms of the whitehouse and the DNC.

This is a conspiracy created by politcal left-wing hacks, and Obama certainly is the biggest hack there is.

But I don't see this ultimately bringing down Romney because, the more Obama and his lackey's bring it up, the more transparent their motives. The gig will be up soon, everyone will see this attempt for what it is, a smear.

Obama's kudos for Romney will become laughable and I predict it will be the new drinking game--every time Obama or the democrats mention healthcare and Romney in the same sentence.

Noelle said...

Frankly I don't think health care reform should be much of an issue this cycle. Any Republican president would support the repeal of Obamacare. If Republicans win the White House, hold on to the House and retake the Senate, Obama's health care reform is going down if it hasn't already been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.

I am much more interested in hearing about plans to undo the damage done to the private sector under the Obama administration, and put this economy on a better footing and provide a fiscally responsible government that will allow my children to have a bright future.

I am also more interested in hearing how they will go about freeing us from the captivity of Mideast oil and bring us to a level of energy security.

ConMan said...

Great Post Bosman.

You just showed and proved the hypocrisy of those who continue to blame Romney for Obamacare.

Doug NYC GOP said...

It's obvious Obama doesn't want to face Romney, on this or any other issue, as he will be schooled. But he is smart enough to know the Talk Radio Titans will sieze on this as their "Ah Ha" moment and cue to bash Romney.

The problem with Obama and all potential Romney challengers is their message doesn't jive with Romney is and has been saying since implementing the plan.

If Obama, Barbour, Huck, Perry and all the other challengers

Doug NYC GOP said...

want to bash Romney as if he is pushing this idea for the whole nation, they'll only end up looking foolish. In addition, none of these southern fried chuckleheads is offering a HC reform plan to replace ObamaCare.

Revolution 2010 said...

Excellent point Bos.

Obama is more than willing to lead those who want to claim that Romney and his state plan is somehow responsible for his national one.