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Rubio: Romney is America's Hope to Repeal Obamacare

Sunday, 08 Jul 2012 04:27 PM

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Sen. Marco Rubio slams the Obamacare legislation today in an editorial, reminding voters that only Mitt Romney would work to repeal it and the "maze" of government rules and regulations it will impose on Americans.

In an opinion piece in the Orlando Sentinel, the Florida Republican and a top contender to become Romney's running mate, calls the legislation a "job killer," "a tax," and argues it will hurt every American. But mostly he warns about re-electing the current president.

"President Obama will keep Obamacare. Gov. Romney will repeal it and replace it with market-based reforms that empower individuals to get health insurance without having the IRS chasing them down if they don't." Rubio wrote. "Never has a choice been more clear. Never have the differences in two candidates been so stark."

Romney's campaign has said it was considering Rubio for the Republican presidential ticket.

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