In an interview with Newsmax, Mitt Romney said that the Supreme Court’s ruling upholding Obamacare was “a plus” for him.
“And I think in the election this November, people who know they don’t want ObamaCare will have to vote out President Obama…,” Romney said. “The Obamacare ruling makes the urgency of replacing President Obama even more clear in the minds of American voters.”
Romney also said that the Court’s ruling would give his supporters “more energy and passion in this election, more urgency to replace the President than might have occurred had the bill been struck down.”
The Romney campaign has raised nearly $5 million in online donations since the Court’s ruling, which has galvanized conservatives and Tea Partiers who now see a Romney presidency as the only way Obamacare can be fully repealed.