“To that point, if people had been in Massachusetts, under Gov. Romney’s health care plan, they would have had health care.”
–Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul, responding to a Priorities USA ad in which a steelworker, who lost his job after Bain Capital closed the GST Steel mill where he worked, connects his unemployment — and resulting lack of health insurance — to the death of his wife.
One hopes that Andrea Saul lives in Massachusets, because by now she is the former Romney spokeswoman.
Maybe she should have also said, “Or if they were wealthy, this would not be an issue.” Something along that line, you know, because it’s individual responsibility as to whether one is rich or not.
I wish the voter i.d. law troubles would go away – that’s the only way this guy is going to get elected – if the states are allowed to go forward with these assaults on our rights and deny access to millions of voters.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Mitt picked the wrong year to be a rich guy running for president.
I mean, since I couldn’t see Wisconsin’s Future Turdwaffle, I thought we had turned a corner when that fat gobshite got called up to Washington.
But if he’s gonna come back, I am satisfied that they are making him do Stupid Human Tricks in exchange for media attention.
umm, oops. That was supposed to go to the Tommy Thompson post. Sorry. I don’t even have the excuse of drinking.
…hey wait, why am I not drinking?
You need the helpful doggie from this morning.
i bet the horse Ralfalca gets good health care despite the fact he didn’t win
Anyone would be healthy if Romney spent $77,000 annually on them.
Helpful doggie concerns me; he seems to be fetching Lite beer. Bad Doggie!
She’ll get another job. Surely the Koch brothers have some “nonprofit” org where she can spin and lie for her paycheck. Whore.