At a town hall in Bedford,New Hampshire on Monday, Mitt Romney encountered an uninsured voter who pressed him on his opposition to universal healthcare.
"When you signed into law Romneycare, I was excited," the woman said. "You seemed proud to do that. And then when the country copied you, it just seemed like there was hope for people like me."
"How have you done since then?" Romney asked flippantly, talking over her.
"I don't have health care, sir, and I'm scared," she said.
“That tells you something doesn’t it?” Romney said. “Tells you something.”