AMERICAN VOTERS SPEAK: No Health Care Reform is better than Obamacare
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.
Posted October 23, 2009 by Scared Monkeys
Barack Obama, Healthcare, Obamacare, Politics, Polls | 8 comments
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Our Reps in DC seemed to have forgotten who they work for and who put them there. They have become deaf. No offense to deaf people.
I am surprised that it is not lower than that due to the privacy implications of it all.
When we are issued the health care card… it will probably have a radio frequency chip in it,
much like US Passports already do.
This chip, which can be scanned from a distance,
will more than likely hold all of your health
data. It will feed a government database.
Now, we have govt. databases… DNA, Fingerprints,
and the like… and when used properly, they get
a lot of slugs off the streets. Most reasonable people are cool with that.
However, do most people want the govt. to know every aspect of their health care issues?
Suzy had an abortion.
John has ADHD.
and Bill has a problem gaining an erection.
I have a feeling if more people worked the invasion of privacy issues… the support for
govt. health care would take a walloping DUMP.
Then again, a majority voted for Barak. I imagine
they are too busy playing with shiny things and
batting yarn balls around the house. There does
come a time though… when even the friggin’ cat
Let us all hope it comes before the point of no return!
I spent around 450 dollars at the feed store yesterday, a feed store operated by mouthy liberals. I am trying to spend my money with only people who love America…I have some more work to do, finding a conservative owned and managed feed store. But we sure got in one rodeo of a heated political match yesterday. There was 3 of them, only one of me, but they could win not one point. I got a little too cocky…I was mad. I came to get feed, not jaw with liberals. At a time I asked them to bring up one point they can win, “surely you have something you can support with facts!” Shot down with facts, that is what they got. You see, they started this based off more tame conversations we have had in the past, though more so — they feel they won the election, so democrats should do as they please. Dems are primed up to get thier way. Forget love of country, saving anything for the next generation, or loving all people…including those who founded or pioneered this country.
Again, I am not Christian, my Mom’s family is of a race far different than white. Ahh, Hitler burned that race. Though we love our country with generations of service — it is expected of males in our family. We work hard, are charitable and often interested in local politics.
One of yesterdays liberals was a Navy guy during some my same era of service time. He said with a a swagger he is as much a veteran as me, I told him he “is not a pimple on my a$$ of a vet”. My wrong, I was mad. Liberals are not funny to me. But I have never acted like that previously.
49% who oppose sociolist health care can support themselves with facts. 39% who support freedom loss do so often because they feel if they do not have this for Obama — that it means they lost. They would pitch America in garbage in order to win.
I am by no means wealthy, but I don’t mind forking out a little cash for health care. Sure, I have insurance; but I have a 5000 deductable to make it affordable.
My favorite place to get health care is a walk-in clinic 100 miles from where I live. The Drs. are all Americans, and I can see the one I like if I want to.
If everyone could afford to go there or if the clinic were forced to take people who could not pay, it would be like the emergency rooms—take a number and wait 8 hours. That’s what Obama care will be.
I suggest that each American decide what their Dr. is worth, treat him or her well, and make sure you pay well so they will be around. Your life may very well depend on it.
I’m not going to wait in line behind some illegal getting health care for free, and neither are the Obamas.
I say we give it a shot. If the public OPTION fails then in a few years we go back to what we have now. Obviously the insurance ccompanies don’t even want to TRY another option. And if you follow the campaign donations from the insurance companies the trail leads to all those opposed to the public OPTION (DEM’s and GOP’s).
I am an independent voter, I vote for whats best for my family. Healthcare we MIGHT be able to afford is better than the current healthcare we CAN’T afford.
The only problem is once a government program is started, and fails, the government thinks that the reason it failed is because it was underfunded, so they pour more and more money into it. They never give up, because they never run out of blood—our blood, my blood, your blood, the blood of our kids, the blood of our parents, the blood of the Nation.
It’s like my business—plenty want. They are not afraid to ask, even demand my product; but as I explain, it takes money to purchase.
Money can take many forms—check, cash, credit card, etc. etc., but you can’t do business with people who don’t have money. Works well for them, just not for us.
Is our government any different? When are they going to learn “you can’t do business with those who don’t pay”? The line never ends, and they don’t vote anyway (except for Obama—but that’s a different story isn’t it?”
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