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Multiple Choice Mitt Romney Strikes Again

He's against health care reform... except the health care reform (a government mandate) he signed into law.

Three years after the inception of Massachusetts’ landmark health reform legislation, which required every citizen to buy insurance, NewsCenter 5’s Ed Harding wondered what former Gov. Mitt Romney, a key political architect of the plan, thought of its progress.
Call it protecting his legacy, well-earned pride, or seeing the glass as half-full, but Romney says Massachusetts deserves an ‘A.’

“It’s working like we had hoped it would work,” the one-time republic presidential candidate said. “We got nearly everybody in Massachusetts health insurance, which really, something people didn't think was possible.”

One day all these Mitt Romneys are going to debate each other on the issues (he's had every position), and its going to be awesome.