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Rasmussen: Health Care Law Has Already Lost in Court of Public Opinion

Chuck2453 Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 12:31 PM
FOLLIES .... Yes, you ARE ABSOLUTELY CORRECT !! "yous..guys lost.." YES, we, conservatives and more informed patriots DID LOSE BIG TIME on the scotus' decision. But what is REALLY FUNNY and SCARY is those on the liberal, commie, dnc, side that respond in victory as the worst, lowest-class losers in their VULGAR, THREATENING TONES, as though they lost. Class-less, ignorant masses of un-professional, ignorant victors, NOT KNOWING half of what they are in store for. Hurry up FOLLIES, as you may still be able to get in on bo's WAIVER of the bammycare, much like all his union thugs have done so. If bo's union thugs don't want any part of bammycare, and they have been given WAIVERS to protect themselves from bammycare,then deduce!
HoovervilleFollies Wrote: Jun 28, 2012 1:10 PM
"Hurry up FOLLIES, as you may still be able to get in on bo's WAIVER of the bammycare...."

I already have Medicare, a justly popular program that should be extended, in modified form, to Americans of all ages. Once we get there, we will finally be up-to-speed with every other advanced industrialized nation on the planet -- despite the shameful drag long placed on that form of common-sense progress by a reactionary minority.

The Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare or the Affordable Care Act today as Constitutional, but that doesn't mean it's popular. From Rasmussen:

A week after President Obama’s health care law was passed, 54% of voters nationwide wanted to see the law repealed.  Now, as the Supreme Court is set to issue a ruling on the law’s constitutionality, the numbers are unchanged: 54% want to see the law repealed.

Rasmussen also made this point in an op-ed back in March.

Even if the law survives the Supreme Court and the next election, the...