Americans want no part of Obamacare. Are you listening Congress?
By a 49% to 39% margin, most American voters say that no healthcare reform is better than the current disaster that is being put forth by Democrats known as Obamacare.
Forty-nine percent (49%) of voters nationwide say that passing no health care reform bill this year would be better than passing the plan currently working its way through Congress.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 39% disagree and say the current effort is better than doing nothing.
After all the talking, after all the Obama speeches, after all the town halls … America simply does not trust Pelosi, Reid and Obama on health care. Americans do not want a single payer health care system, yet that is what Obama’s ultimate goal is. They do not want a public option, yet Democrats are going to force one on the American people.
The new survey also shows that voters are skeptical that anything will be able to reduce the amount we spend on health care. If the cost of health care services comes down, 42% believe consumers will simply buy more services. Just 31% say reducing the cost of service would actually lead to less spending on health care. Twenty-seven percent (27%) are not sure.
Democrats and squishy Republicans, it’s your fate. You will be sent packing in 2010, 2012 and 2014 if you vote for this fiasco. We the People will not forget.
I hardly believe that Pelosi or Reid have the votes for a public option. Watch the shell game they play by renaming the public option and trying to BS the American people.