Support to Repeal Obamacare Up to 58%
REPEAL THE HEALTH CARE DEAL …
Remember when President Obama and his minions said that once the Obamacare bill was passed that the People would come around to the bill? A funny thing happened on the way to the government take over of health care … The People are more against Obamacare than ever!
Three weeks after Democrats rammed health care down throats of Americans, 58% now want Obamacare repealed. That is up 4% from last month as by a 58% – 38% margin, We the People want to repeal the deal!
Three weeks after Congress passed its new national health care plan, support for repeal of the measure has risen four points to 58%. That includes 50% of U.S. voters who strongly favor repeal.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of likely voters nationwide finds 38% still oppose repeal, including 32% who strongly oppose it.
47% Say Repeal of Health Care Law Will Be Good for Economy
Still, 52% believe the health care plan will be bad for the country. Thirty-nine percent (39%) think it will be good for the country, and one percent (1%) more say it will have no impact.
52% believe the health care plan will be bad for the country. Thirty-nine percent (39%) think it will be good for the country, and one percent (1%) more say it will have no impact.
It is no coincidence that once Obama signed the so-called health care reform bill into law that his poll numbers started crashing even further.
Democrats See you in November!!!
Posted April 13, 2010 by Scared Monkeys
2010 Elections, 2012 Elections, Barack Obama, Healthcare, Obamacare, Obamanation, Polls | 7 comments
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We’ve elected to hire loser employees into the
highest offices in our country. Like mutiny, these
hired hands are dueling with us for control of
our lives and freedoms. Time to keelhaul the
group of them and conscript a clean new crew
for our Ship of State.
If I declare I do not support it can we raise that number to 59% ??
#2 Brenda, add my name to the list.
This story is interesting, in that the GOP has been pulling back from using the “repeal” mantra more an more after HCR became law.
And as everyone who understands the politics here already knows, nothing can happen in terms of repeal until somewhere after 2012, the first chance there is to have a Republican in the White House.
BTW, can we find a new idiom, other than “ramming things down our throats”. It has been so overused that I’m beginning to get an specific mental image that I’d prefer not to.
SM: Repeal in 2013 after Obama is voted out of office; however, when Republicans gain either the House or Senate or both in 2010, they merely need to not fund the program. Then Obamacare ceases to exist.
WR – we all know you like things rammed down your throat!
It’s the truth. The AMERICAN people as a majority did NOT want this and they passed it anyway…thus ramming it down our throats.
Now go back to letting your liberal friends ram things down your throat!
#4 – SM:
And, if a bill makes it to the president, how does it get beyond a veto?
#5 – The AMERICAN people as a majority did NOT want this and they passed it anyway; that was a common talking point, but I doubt it was anything more than that.
BTW, you are beginning to sound very gay with all the throat ramming going on; “not that there’s anything wrong with that” – Jerry Seinfeld.