You have to assume President Obama is sincere when he says he doesn’t mind the Affordable Health Care Act being referred to as “ObamaCare,” described as “the president’s signature domestic achievement and the source of a multi-year, major national policy debate about the role of government, health care, and insurance regulation.”
(Alas, such shorthand misses that ObamaCare is not only riddled with abortion language and incentives but also gives federal bureaucrats the power to impose rationing standards on all health care providers that would require them to deny some lifesaving treatments even if the patient is willing and able to pay for it.)
To his eternal credit, Mitt Romney has been crystal-clear: he opposes ObamaCare and would work to have it repealed. Once more, an unmistakable contrast between Mr. Romney and Mr. Obama. But how does the public feel?