"It's less a tax or a penalty than it is a principle — which is you can't be a freeloader on other folks when it comes to your health care, if you can afford it." — President Obama's latest move in his battle with Mitt Romney over whether the health care mandate is a tax or a penalty, rejecting both terms and dubbing it a "principle." Maybe these two should call their semantic argument a draw and channel their energy into Words With Friends.
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