Nearly half of Americans under 65 are discriminated against because of their pre-existing conditions, yet none of those Americans reside in Massachusetts. I wonder why?
I couldn't help but think of that when I was reading this Fox News article that shows the fine line that Democrats must walk when they criticize Romney. On the one hand, they want to tie him to Obama so that he is unappealing in the Republican primaries. On the other hand, the plan will backfire if Romney becomes the nominee.
The eventual Republican nominee will need to appeal to moderates in order to win the election. Unlike the partisan ideologues that control the Republican primary process, the moderates and independents that decide elections often care about real-world solutions to real-world problems.
And unlike his Republican opponents, Romney will be able to say that he solved a problem that affects so many people's lives.