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Poll: Democratic Support for Obamacare Falls 15 Points

bigdrov1x Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 2:37 AM
The problem is that the GOP needs to fight every single last bit of liberalism tooth and nail. We cannot afford to cede another inch. If they did that, the might not win reelection next time. Well if that is the case, then they lose on principle. The house of cards will fall faster then. We are reaping the results of a bend but do not break defense. Where has it gotten the country? We have incrementally crept towards socialism since the early 1900's, now we are there. The only thing that can be done now that makes any sense is to go hard right on everything. Damn the pc police, say what you mean, and mean what you say. Anything less will prolong our slow death. I never thought that I would see the fall of the Roman Empire.
Joseph64 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 8:19 AM
How do they do that, though? The left knows that to win the people over all they have to do is appeal to their emotions and their brains will go into standby mode. What can the GOP do to counter that? How do you take a stand against any social welfare program without coming off as a bad guy when the next day the libs will have news pieces published in every paper and on every TV news show demonizing the GOP as being against children, seniors, and the poor?

The Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein had an important op-ed out this week making the case that conservatives should not give up the health care fight. And perhaps they shouldn’t: according to a new Kaiser Family Foundation poll -- the first one conducted since the November elections -- support for the Affordable Care Act is plummeting … among Democrats:

Democratic support for President Obama's healthcare law has dropped 15 points since November, contributing to a rise in negative attitudes toward the reform, according to a new poll.

Opponents of the Affordable...