Mitt Romney, speaking in northern Virginia, energized the crowd by referring to the imminent decision on ObamaCare that is due from the Supreme Court tomorrow:
“My guess is they’re not sleeping real well at the White House tonight; that’s the way it ought to be. This is a decision of whether or not Obamacare is constitutional, whether it will pass constitutional muster, and so we're all waiting to see what the court will decide. One thing we already know — it is still bad policy and has to go. And if I'm elected, we're going to repeal and replace it. If, on the other hand, the court strikes it down, well, then they'll be doing some of my work for me.”
“He's adding trillions of dollars to federal spending. We don't need more debt, we don't need more deficit, we can't pass along these burdens to the next generation. For these among many other reasons, whatever the Supreme Court does tomorrow, one thing we know — if I’m elected president we're going to get rid of Obamacare.”
Then Romney brought the issue down to its essentials:
“His policies were not focused on creating jobs. They were focused on implementing his liberal agenda. The American people don't like it, and the more they learn about it, the more they don't like it.”
Romney then amplified his earlier statement about the insomnia at the White House, saying, “There's going to be a lot of sleepless nights in the White House in the next few months.”
From his mouth to God’s ears.