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"I think this is just typical politics and they're unfairly attacking him on that issue," Paul said outside a polling place at Webster School in Manchester. "He never literally said what they say he said. They're taking him way out of context."
In a speech to the Nashua Chamber of Commerce Monday, Romney said he wanted Americans to be able to switch insurance companies if they were unhappy with their service.
"I like being able to fire people who provide services to me," he said. "You know, if someone doesn't give me the good service I need, I want to say 'You know, I'm going to go get someone else to provide that service to me.'"
Would Romney defend Paul on a comment?
Originally posted by Praetorius
reply to post by Epirus
I hate admitting it, but I'd be very tempted to seriously considering such an unholy alliance. Perhaps Paul could help temper some of Romney's bad ideas and steer him in the right direction, and would put Paul in a decent spot.
I don't know where I'd eventually fall on the idea, and I know a good chunk of Paul supporters would still be turned off for such a thing, but I'm definitely interested in considering it despite my **INTENSE** disgruntlement with the republican party. I really think it might be a case of "Too little, too late," however.