Romney Camp Wants to Clarify its Health Care Message

Washington (CNN) — As Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney imposed a penalty on people who could afford health insurance but chose to go without it. As Republican Presidential Candidate, Romney opposes the federal health care law that does the same thing.

Last week, Romney’s top campaign advisor said the federal penalty for refusing to get health coverage was exactly that — a fine, not a tax. This week, Romney said it is a tax because the Supreme Court opinion he opposes declared it a tax.

Confused? So is the Romney campaign, apparently.


Author: Jeff Olen

Jeff Olen is a writer/editor for KoN Media and an old fashioned American who believes the human spirit will always prevail. He leaves his emotions in print for others to experience his passion.

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