Poll: Only 18 Percent Support Full Repeal Of Health Law

January 19, 2011


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2 Responses to “Poll: Only 18 Percent Support Full Repeal Of Health Law”

  1. Morely Dotes on January 20th, 2011 1:00 am

    The GOP is pandering not only to the radical Teabaggers, but also (and more importantly) to the wealthy insurance company executives who might have to give up a small part of their mutli-million-dollar bonuses if they are forced to insure helpless children. Oh, those poor millionaire and billionaire executives! How will they live if they can’t afford to pay cash for their 14th summer mansion in the Poconos?

  2. Vicki on January 27th, 2011 1:12 am

    Faux Noise and the GOP for corporate greed and rule did begin attacking health care reform before anyone in the country really knew what it was about. That was the biggest misjudgement made by Democrats. While they were working to make important health care improvements and better benefits for Americans the right wing was spinning fear and misinformation as fast as they could. They did this as stated by Morely because of the health care industry’s fight against these changes. Then there is the continuing GOP policy against everything that President Obama does that is good. With Mitch McConnell you have one of the most vile and disgusting senators who has been against everything done for the survival of this country and for the benefit of average Americans. We do support these health care improvements and the American people should have them.

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