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Romney in VA: Obamacare’s Going Down

Before a crowd of enthusiastic supporters in Virginia on Wednesday, Mitt Romney declared that if the Supreme Court does not overturn President Obama’s federal health-care plan he'll do so himself. That's if he's elected president, of course. He also promised that if the law is struck down, “The first three and a half years of this presidency will have been wasted.” The Republican presidential candidate explained that if Obamacare is upheld, the United States will need him to appeal the law, and he would do so from day one. “I’m going to get rid of the cloud of Obamacare and get us back to personal responsibilities and state’s rights as it relates to health care,” he said.