A media strategist who was a senior adviser to Mitt Romney when he ran for governor in 2003 said that he thinks Republican lawmakers are “rooting against the economy” to ensure that President Obama doesn’t win re-election. […]
The video outlines the challenges America faced as President Obama took office at the height of the worst recession in almost a century and details the progress that has been made reclaiming the security of the middle class and building an economy that’s meant to last, where hard work pays and responsibility is rewarded.
Mitt Romney will win the GOP primary in Maryland, CNN projects, giving him more than half the delegates needed to clinch the nomination. He is also expected to win in D.C. Tonight’s contest in Wisconsin is up for grabs.
Most candidates promise to do something great, even historic, on their first day in office.
But this year’s Republican presidential candidates are oddly and singularly focused: They’d all repeal Obamacare on Day One, and take our health care system right back to where it was.
These candidates apparently don’t care who would lose services, pay more, or instantly find themselves uninsured, because they’ve all placed their bets on this promise getting them into the White House.
What would repeal of the health care reform law mean to you?:
Cheaper drugs for seniors in the doughnut hole REPEALED
Coverage for children with pre-existing conditionsREPEALED
Free access to preventative servicesREPEALED
Women won’t have to pay more than menREPEALED
Protection from insurance company abusesREPEALED
Being a woman won’t be a pre-existing conditionREPEALED