Romney rejects Obama effort to compare Mass. health law rollout to ObamaCare
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Mitt Romney had an unmistakable message for President Obama on Wednesday: Don’t drag me into this.
The president was in Boston, giving a speech at historic Faneuil Hall and drew on comparisons between the Massachusetts law and the problem-plagued Affordable Care Act.
During his speech, Obama acknowledged the problems with ObamaCare and apologized for his clunky rollout.
“There’s no denying it, right now the website is too slow, too many people have gotten stuck and I’m not happy about it,” Obama said.
Obama, in accounting for the troubled launch of ObamaCare, cited the Massachusetts health care law’s slow start in an effort to keep expectations low. Romney, as governor, signed that law in 2006.