Mitt Romney on health care in Newsweek, writes:
Our divide is fundamental: Republicans believe health care can be best guided by consumers, physicians and markets; Democrats believe government would do better.
Judging by the plan he signed in Massachusetts, under which the government forces individuals to buy health coverage and provides them with subsidies to purchase government-designed insurance on a government-run exchange, Romney’s record suggests more faith in government to solve the health care crisis than consumers, physicians and markets. Does that make him a Democrat?
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