In the Wall Street Journal, Grace-Marie Turner writes:
Mr. Romney has indeed backed himself into a corner by insisting on defending his health plan while attacking ObamaCare. In the Oct. 11 debate at Dartmouth College, Mr. Romney said: “[W]e all agree about repeal and replace. And I’m proud of the fact that I put together a plan that says what I’m going to replace it with.”
Does he really mean that he wants to use Massachusetts as a model for his “replacement” plan? No wonder voters are worried.
Unless Mr. Romney takes steps to conform his position with reality, he will have trouble convincing voters he is serious about repeal and will have an even harder time mapping a clear plan on health reform should he be elected president.
Read the whole article: Grace-Marie Turner: Scoring Last Week’s RomneyCare Debate – WSJ.com.