Monday, August 16, 2010

American Opinion on Obamacare: "Thanks but no thanks"

Just saw this today --

Rasmussen did some polling in June about how Americans are feeling over the impending implementation of Obamacare. 

The results confirm what I was predicting last year while it was wending its tortuous way through Congress.  There may be no denying the need to get healthcare costs under control, but in growing numbers Americans are rejecting this approach:

Remember, these are June polling data.  If 72 percent believe healthcare will either get worse or stay the same under Obamacare, remind me again why there was so much urgency to push through this massive government-administered, owned and controlled entitlement program at a time when for all intents and purposes America is bankrupt. . .  I'm waiting for a logical answer to that simple question. 

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