The state's Office of Free Market Health Care is seeking input from consumers and other stakeholders that would be used in designing an online marketplace for individuals and small employers to buy health insurance.
Walker said he "learned" from Romney's example in Massachusetts: "In the case of Wisconsin, we learned looking at that state, Massachusetts is a good example, we learned from what we found from our actuarial assessment that we did this past year that it was not a good measure for the state of Wisconsin," Walker said.Romney Care actually brought down the cost, covered more people and has high approval ratings, which is just the opposite of what Walker is saying here.
Democrats, heads up, Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley just demonstrated how to fight these carnival barkers. Check it out from CBS.
One more thing: Walker thinks if people have more "skin in the game" costs will go down. Think about that conservative voters. "Skin in the game" is another way of saying you'll be paying more of your hard earned money on insurance premiums and medical bills. Walker's betting you'll put off seeing a doctor, thus save money and ration care.