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Rick Santorum Keeps Interrupting Mitt Romney Then Tells Romney "your time is up"

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Published on Feb 17, 2012

Rick Santorum is a loose cannon. Rebuttal to what he said about Mitt Romney, quoted from http://www.whyromney.com:

"Another false claim is that Romney stated in his hardcover that the health care plan he passed in Massachusetts should be applied to the whole nation. This is a gross distortion of Romney's words. In fact, what Romney wrote on the page in question (Hardcover, p. 177) is this: "My own preference would be to let each state fashion its own program to meet the distinct needs of its citizens. States could follow the Massachusetts model if they choose, or they could develop plans of their own." It was in this context that he went on to say a line about accomplishing something for the whole country, and he specifically was referring to "something people have been talking about for decades," which obviously can't be his own health care plan which had only been around a few years, not decades. He was talking about "portable, affordable health insurance," and he was not saying his way was the only way to get there. Romney has always maintained this position, even before announcing his first Presidential bid. For instance, in 2006 Mitt Romney said this on Meet the Press: "There are certain aspects of it that I think would work across the country, perhaps better in some states than others. Of course the great thing about federalism is you let a state try it and see how it works before you spread it out.""

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