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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney made a campaign stop in the western Virginia town of Salem on Tuesday, just two days before the Supreme court will rule on the constitutionality of President Obama’s health-care law.
Romney said the Supreme Court ruling will represent the failures of Obama. Continuing his recent criticism of Obama’s policy priorities, Romney focused on “Obamacare” and slammed the president’s first term as being a “waste.”
“If it is deemed to stand then I’ll tell you one thing, we are going to have to have a president, and I am that one, that is going to get rid of Obamacare and we are going to stop it on day one,” Romney said to a cheering crowd of supporters.
Romney will campaign in northern Virginia’s Loudoun County on Wednesday.
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