If you're not sure of the correct answer then hopefully, the following tweets will provide clues to who said,
“I like mandates. The mandates work.”
“When I set out to find a way to get everybody health insurance,
I couldn’t have cared less and I don’t care less how it works politically.
In my view, it's the right thing to do”
twitpic.com/86kaxj Jonathan Gruber helped write Romneycare and Obamacare youtu.be/WxZK0spa1yI #WhatsRomneyHiding #Sgp
1:55 PM Apr 12, 2012
twitpic.com/6vo2yx The Double Failure of #Romneycare bit.ly/7TQorP #WhatsRomneyHiding #Sgp #twCot
2:40 PM Apr 12, 2012
twitpic.com/86kaxj #Romneycare" increased federal spending by $2.4 billion on Medicaid bit.ly/qdozAA #WhatsRomneyHiding #twCot
11:34 PM Apr 12, 2012
twitpic.com/6vo2yx #Romneycare increased private insurance costs by $4.3 billion bit.ly/qdozAA #WhatsRomneyHiding #Sgp #twCot
5:08 PM Apr 12, 2012
twitpic.com/6vo2yx #Romneycare cost the Bay State 18,313 jobs bit.ly/wCRBeH #WhatsRomneyHiding #Sgp #twCot
6:16 PM Apr 12, 2012
flic.kr/p/bbWRTx #Romneycare will cost $2 billion more than was budgeted over 10 yrs bit.ly/7TQorP #WhatsRomneyHiding #twCot
11:45 PM Apr 12, 2012
In 2006, Governor Mitt Romney claimed that “the costs of health care will be reduced” after signing his health reform package into law on April 12th. Romney's Remedy of "cost-effective" health care has increased Bay State health-care premiums by "108 percent higher than the U.S. average in 2006, 112.1 percent higher in 2008, and 113 percent higher in 2009 (no data is available for 2007)."
Due to the efforts of Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, the growth rate dropped to 109.6 percent of the national average in 2010.