The latest FamiliesUSA report: ObamaCare versus RomneyCare versus RomneyCandidateCare, written together with three distinguished health analysts who participated in the development and promotion of both RomneyCare and ObamaCare shows the stark differences between the two candidates future direction with health care in America.
Families buying non-group health insurance on their own in 2016 would pay, on average, nearly twice as much (92 percent more) under the health proposals offered by presidential candidate Mitt Romney than under ObamaCare: $11,481 compared to $5,985 […]
We have regularly talked about the impacts in Michigan, but this report gives stronger examples of Obamacare vs. RomneyRyan’s health care plan. Interestingly, the report finds many similarities to RomneyCare, launched by Mitt Romney as governor of Massachusetts, but finds almost all opposites when comparing Romney’s current stances on health care as a presidential candidate.
“ObamaCare and the Massachusetts-based RomneyCare, on the one hand, and RomneyCandidateCare, on the other hand, are as different as day and night,” said Ron Pollack, Executive Director of Families USA.