ThinkProgress notes that at a Univision Town Hall, Mitt Romney cops to being "the grandfather of Obamacare," and then admits he hoodwinked Republicans into voting for him during the primaries. Here's video:
And here's the quote:
“Now and then the president says I’m the grandfather of Obamacare. I don’t think he meant that as a compliment, but I’ll take it,” [Romney] said at a Univision forum, adding, “this was during my primary we thought it might not be helpful.”
How do Republicans manage to convince themselves to vote for this guy? He's practically boasting about sneaking Romneycare past them in the primaries, even as he swears he'll repeal the reform that was based on his (on-again, off-again) pride and joy in the same breath.