Palin takes stand on Bunker Hill, fires libertarian volley at Romney 

First, she donned the leather jacket and open-face motorcycle helmet that signify rebels while participating in the Memorial Day Rolling Thunder parade in Washington, D.C., and now today, while speaking on the hallowed ground of Bunker Hill, Sarah Palin goes after Mitt Romney in terms that ought to cheer libertarians everywhere.

Commenting on Romney’s problem in the 2012 presidential campaign with the Romneycare health care reform he sponsored in 2005 as governor of Massachusetts, Palin said mandates at all levels of government are to be avoided.

"However, even on a state level and even a local level, mandates coming from a governing body, it's tough for a lot of us independent Americans to accept, because we have great faith in the private sectors and our own families ... and our own businessmen and women making decisions for ourselves. Not any level of government telling us what to do."

NBC's First Read has more details here.



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