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Political analysts are saying tonight the supreme -- health care decision.
Was like a reset button for the 2012 presidential race President Obama can celebrate the court's defense of his signature legislative achievement.
But must also fend off Republican attacks that what the administration sold as a penalty has been judged as attacks by the court and she just hurt.
That's something that has Republican donors opening their wallets with -- team coverage tonight Carl Cameron looks at how.
Governor Romney's momentum is heading into the general election now and first.
Chief White House correspondent Ed Henry is live at the white house with the -- administration anxiously ready to move -- good evening it.
Good evening Brett the president today was in Colorado dealing with those horrific wildfires meanwhile there's a controversy -- back here about whether this court victory will really give him a bounce in November.
It's time for us to move forward.
-- President Obama said yesterday he's not worried about who won and lost in the health care battle to his campaign today boasted about raising more money on line.
From Democrats fired up over the decision.
Then presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney collected all the -- -- bubble will not reveal any numbers.
His reelection team started -- thirty dollar T shirts playing off Vice President Biden is pro -- claim by saying now it's still a big bleeping deal.
As top campaign advisors tout the benefits to the people and the president from key provisions of the Republicans think they can make a political issue of this but they're gonna have to explain.
Why don't want -- roll back a law that's already producing.
So much good for the American people not so fast -- top Republicans who believe their base has been ignited over the High Court ruling this is in the words of a Republican campaign committee.
A bigger bleeping tax.
This will be front and -- less than the presidential campaign and I can't imagine anything pres Obama won't want to talk about less.
Then his tax on the middle class.
The Obama camp is dancing around whether it's attack.
Acts and says at most it'll -- 2% of Americans.
Whether you called a mandate or attacks when it is is a penalty on on the very few Americans.
Who don't who -- -- who can afford health care don't pay for an end up in our emergency rooms getting free care and then we all pay for Ford and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick today taunted a certain predecessor.
Who used to support a mandate.
The expansion and about one present state spending that Romney here in messages.
And that will be Obama care for the rest of the country.
Obama campaign aides also pointing to that 2008 GOP primary debate -- governor Romney -- famously said I like mandates he also admitted.
That he would impose tax penalties in Massachusetts.
Making Democrats hopeful maybe this issue.
Will be a wash.
Press and had a lot in the north lawn and thank you it is still.
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