To read Ryan Lizza's recounting of Mitt Romney's stewardship of health care reform in Massachusetts, and his now awkward about face, you have to pay and go behind the curtain. It goes without saying that I think you should do this. Lizza talks to the behind the scene wonks who helped make Romeny's health care reforms happen in the state, and chronicles the crucial support of the Bush administration.
As the Boston Phoenix pointed out, when "No Apology" was issued in paperback, in February, Romney made a notable change from the original version. In the hardcover, publish in early 2010, Romney, after reviewing the success of health care in Massachusetts, wrote, "We can accomplish the same for everyone in the country." In the paperback, the had been deleted.