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(NECN: Joe Battenfeld) - Mitt Romney has never exactly excited voters, but after the historic Supreme Court health care ruling ... No, he still isn't an exciting candidate, but has the GOP presidential nominee finally found a way to fire up voters?
Maybe. Conservatives are rallying against the ruling affirming Obamacare, with some calling it a poison pill for the president because the court called the health reform law a tax increase, allowing Romney to say, "Obamacare raises taxes on the American people by approximately $500 billion."
The tax issue could be a winning argument because one of the cardinal rules in politics is don't sign a tax increase in an election year – right, Governor Romney?
Oops, there’s just a small problem, since Romney signed a health care "tax" in Massachusetts six years ago.
Democrats in Massachusetts will be pointing out that if President Obama is a tax raiser, so is Romney
And even one Massachusetts Republican admits this was a good week for President Obama.
Which is not exactly what the Romney campaign wants to hear, but former State Treasurer Joe Malone says Romney needs to convince undecided voters that health care should be repealed
And if that happens, Romney could replace Obama with a little unwitting help from the Supreme Court.