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September 10, 2012 3:18 pm

Mitt Romney Backs Portions of Obama’s Health Care Reform

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Mitt Romney addresses the 2012 GOP convention. Photo: YouTube.

NY Times – Adopting a new tone, Mitt Romney on Sunday said he would retain elements of President Obama’s health care overhaul, blamed Republicans as much as Democrats for the “mistake” of agreeing to automatic cuts in military spending and said Mr. Obama’s national security strategy had made America in “some ways safer.”

The remarks were a marked departure from Mr. Romney’s frequently harsh and openly partisan critiques of the president on the campaign trail over the last year, and seemed to amount to a different tenor now that he has officially become the Republican presidential nominee: bipartisanship, of sorts.

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