The Obama campaign isn't about to let Mitt Romney forget about his health care law -- or that the president used it as a model for the Affordable Care Act.
Obama for America released a video on Thursday for the sixth anniversary of "Romneycare," the health care law signed by the then-Massachusetts governor. The three-minute video highlights some of the men who helped craft both "Romneycare" and "Obamacare," as well as the first woman to enroll in the Massachusetts program.
" believed what we were doing in Massachusetts could be a good national model," John McDonough, who helped create both health care plans, says in the video.
"Massachusetts is a model for getting everybody insured," Romney then says in a news clip.
Or as fictional character Don Draper says, when given the problem of selling dog food that the consumers have turned against because it's made of horse meat, just change the label. Draper is someone who lies and cheats and is talented enough to stay on top, which means he might have a slightly higher moral center than Mitt Romney.