The book Double Down comes out this week, and Mitt Romney’s on the Sunday talk shows: it’s like the 2012 election never ended. Romney accused President Obama of “fundamental dishonesty” in his healthcare plan, and said “states should be able to craft their own plans.” “He told people they could keep their insurance, and that was not the truth,” Romney said on Meet the Press. Although Romney presided over the Massachusetts healthcare law that the president modeled his own plan on, Romney insisted that healthcare legislation should be left to states to decide on their own, not the federal government. Nice save there.
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