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Ruling threatens Romney's 'no tax' record in Mass.

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Crabtownboy, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. Crabtownboy

    Crabtownboy Well-Known Member
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    Feb 12, 2008
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    Raise taxes, raise fees ... what does it matter, it still takes money out of the pocketbook. Semantics, semantics, semantics.

    Maybe Romney did not think about it coming back to him when he called the "fees" in Obamacare an increase in taxes.

  2. targus

    targus New Member

    Feb 10, 2008
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    As far as Obamacare goes they are not "fees" they are penalties - no, wait they are taxes - no, wait Obama said they aren't taxes - no, wait they have to be taxes for the scam to fly...

    Crabby is the first one that I have ever heard call the Obamacare tax/penalties "fees".

    He must have gotten the Obama talking point fax early today and is out front selling the new terminology.
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  3. mandym

    mandym New Member

    Feb 3, 2011
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    You see the left thinks they have an equal comparison between Romney's healthcare plan on the state level and Obama's on the national level. They are desperately wanting to defend what is unpopular.
  4. freeatlast

    freeatlast New Member

    Mar 1, 2004
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    I fail to see why what took place in Mass. with Mitt Romney in regards to their health care system has any bearing on what This President has done to the nation. For one the people of Mass can move if they are not happy, the people of this nation cannot.
    Second Mitt Romney has already made it clear that he is against the Presidents health care law and that it is different then the one in Mass.
    Also this law now opens the door for the federal government to force people to buy anything they want bought and tax them if they refuse. The Mass law has no ability to do that. These two issues have nothing in common.
    While I admit that there are some things in the Health care law that are good and need to be considered the bigger evil that the health care law has brought about makes the law an evil law. The problem is that it is now law and the damage has been done and even if it is repealed, which I don’t believe will happen, the damage it has cause will remain.