Hey Democrats, You Might Want to Listen in the Town Hall Meetings & Read the Polls … 57% Against Obamacare
The Obamacare apologists who have been attacking “We the People” who dare stand up and express our Constitutional Rights of Free Speech and practice dissent may want to check out the recent Rasmussen poll on government run single payer health care, known as Obamacare. What part about the fact that “We the People” want government no where near out health care don’t you get!
Only 32% of American voters favor a single payer health care system, while 57% are against it. Those that have opposed Obamacare have been called crazies, brown shirts, Nazis and an unruly mob. I would call them the majority. If you do not think they are, wait until election time.
Thirty-two percent (32%) of voters nationwide favor a single-payer health care system where the federal government provides coverage for everyone. A Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 57% are opposed to a single-payer plan.
The support for the House Health care bill has fallen to a new low. While 32% approve, 57% now disapprove of Obamacare. The numbers are getting progressively worse the more “We the People” lean of the plan.
However, what is Obama’s and his Democratic parties agenda? To ram it down your throat no matter what the people think.
Public support for the health care reform plan proposed by President Obama and congressional Democrats has fallen to a new low as just 42% of U.S. voters now favor the plan. That’s down five points from two weeks ago and down eight points from six weeks ago.
Sixty-seven percent (67%) of those under 30 favor the plan while 56% of those over 65 are opposed. Among senior citizens, 46% are strongly opposed.
Why do we reiterate this point? Because it is a single payer, universal health care plan that is exactly what Barack Obama wants. PERIOD, the END!!! Make no mistake about what Barack Obama’s socialist agenda truly is.
Here is some other polls that Senators and Congressmen better take heed of:
- 51% Fear Government More Than Insurance Companies
- Support for Congressional Health Care Reform Falls to New Low