Rick Perry’s campaign released an ad Sunday attacking Mitt Romney for changing a passage in his book, No Apology, that deals with the health care reform law Romney passed in Massachusetts. “I stand by what I wrote, I believe in what I did, and I believe that the people of this country can read my book and see exactly what it is,” Romney said in Thursday’s GOP debate. “Words have meaning.”
The ad says that, in the original version of Romney’s book, the former Massachusetts governor presented Romneycare as a national model, writing: “We can accomplish the same thing for everyone in the country.” That line disappeared from the paperback version of the book.
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