Here's what they say:
On his campaign website this week, Corbett said the reform approved by Democrats in Washington "offers great opportunity to extend coverage to thousands more people throughout Pennsylvania." Of course, Corbett noted, the law advocated by President Obama first must survive "the current legal challenge of attorneys general from across the country."
Well, he omitted one small detail. Corbett is one of the state attorneys general who filed suit to block the law.
And in a fund-raising letter to conservatives in the GOP primary, Corbett vowed that "under NO CIRCUMSTANCES will I go along with this unconstitutional, big-government, special-interest takeover of our health care."
While it's encouraging to see Corbett, at least in theory, join Democrat Dan Onorato on the correct side of this issue, voters are left to wonder if he is sincere.
Corbett's campaign spokesman said the attorney general is simply preparing a strategy to keep down health-care costs, which might include adapting to provisions of the new reform law.