You're doing it wrong, Mitt.
Mitt Romney pointed to the health care law he signed as governor of Massachusetts one of his signature achievements Wednesday, a move that has drawn swift and strong rebuke from conservatives in the past.
Romney pointed to the Massachusetts health care law — the foundation for the national healthcare reform law Romney promises to dismantle if elected — as a key highlight of his record in an interview with NBC News.
“[D]on’t forget — I got everybody in my state insured,” Romney told NBC. “One hundred percent of the kids in our state had health insurance. I don’t think there’s anything that shows more empathy and care about the people of this country than that kind of record.”
Two things: One, Mitt's touting Romneycare. I'm sure conservatives are thrilled. Two, he's vowing to repeal health care coverage for kids if he's President. I'm sure everyone else is thrilled. In fact, I'm pretty sure Mitt managed to piss off every single voter somehow with that statement.
Worst campaigner ever.