Eric Convey, a former reporter/editor at the Boston Herald, had this op-ed in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal:
Its more likely he will try to reform Obamacare than make good on his promise to repeal it.
What does Mr. Romney’s Massachusetts experience suggest about how he’d run things from the Oval Office? It’s a safe bet that defenders of government spending from both parties will have to bolster their data with well-founded economic arguments if they want him to stay his hand.
There’s a good chance his champions in corporate America and on Wall Street will find themselves disappointed—even severely disappointed—if he makes good on his promise to rein in business-tax loopholes and other government pandering to companies.
The voice of experience, no?