Republicans Plan to Continue Campaigning Against Health Care Law
Republican campaign strategists say Mitt Romney will use today's Supreme Court ruling to continue campaigning against "Obamacare." They say he will be attacking the president's signature health care program as a tax increase.
Veteran Republican campaign adviser Terry Holt says, "Obama might have his law, but the GOP has a cause." He says the decision will rally Republican support for an appeal of what Holt says "could well be called the largest tax increase in American history."
Romney has said this week that if the law were to be upheld, Americans would need to elect a president who would repeal it.
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