I was reading CNS News and saw this article. It starts off with:
Former Massachusetts governor and Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney told CNSNews.com that much of the health care plan he implemented in the Bay State in 2006--which mandates that all citizens have health insurance--could be replicated on a national scale, although he prefers that each state have flexibility in developing their programs.
And then goes on to say:
Former Gov. Romney told CNSNews.com that he is pleased with much of the program he implemented, but he also said the legislature added things that he does not support.
This doesn't exactly sound like a liberal's plan, unless Mitt Romney isn't actually a conservative. Is it possible that this is actually a compromise plan of sorts? --JohnnyS 12:38, 21 September 2009 (EDT)
- The entry barely mentions Romney. The Massachusetts Plan itself, as passed, is very liberal. That's what the entry is about. Romney's own views might warrant a separate entry, if they are clear enough on this issue.--Andy Schlafly 15:22, 21 September 2009 (EDT)