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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Mitt Romney's Medicare Plans Are Slightly Different from the Same as Very Different from Identical to Paul Ryan's Medicare Plans

Posted by on Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 2:16 PM

You'd think they would have figured this out before they announced the ticket: Mitt Romney can't seem to decide if his plans for Medicare are the same as or very different from Paul Ryan's voucher-happy, privatized Medicare. This has been going on for a while now. The latest word from Romney, which contradicts his statements on Sunday, is that the Ryan and Romney plans are "the same—if not identical it's probably close to identical." Here's video of his latest statement:

I can't wait to hear what Romney thinks about this tomorrow!


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Romney does not have a Medicare plan. Romney does not have a plan for anything, except for the opposite of Obama's plan for everything. He has never had to do this sort of thing before, having a thoughtful opinion about something. So far all he has had to say is he will undo everything the other guy did and then maybe do some other, completely different stuff (completely different stuff TBD). Running for president is so hard, you guys.
Posted by blip on August 16, 2012 at 2:42 PM · Report this
Didn't you hear?

Romney and Ryan are "saving" Medicare and Social Security!

They never say "privatize", "entitlement" or "cut" anymore in reference to Medicare or SS. The audacity of this Doublespeak tactic is only bested by it's effectiveness. That's how stupid Americans are.
Posted by tkc on August 16, 2012 at 2:45 PM · Report this
LOL Ya gotta love how shameless Romney is, not only is he spectacular, Olympic Gold worthy really, at flip flopping, he's not ashamed to show us his warm up routine.
Posted by Machiavelli was framed on August 17, 2012 at 2:28 AM · Report this

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