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Poll: Democratic Support for Obamacare Falls 15 Points

Michael160 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:44 PM
The law already passed. Why are we still doing polls on it? If 90% opposed it, would it not be the law anymore? This permanent electioneering is ridiculous.
Joseph64 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 9:50 PM
61% were already against it when the Democrats passed it anyway. That's why we need more polls on it, to point out how the Democratic party completely ignored the will of the people because they thought they knew better and that the American people were just a bunch of ignorant little children who needed to be guided by them.
Michael160 Wrote: Mar 02, 2013 12:14 AM
It's a republic, not a democracy.

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...