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Don’t Forget: Obamacare is Still Super Unpopular

RtWgNt Wrote: May 27, 2013 3:03 PM
The GOP did/does, they've repeatedly talked about health insurance competition across state lines, like auto insurance. They've also talked about TORT reform which would put the onus on people filing bogus medical malpractice lawsuits, and also lower the insurance doctors are forced to carry to protect against such lawsuits. The doctors jack up their procedure prices to make up for the high cost of malpractice insurance. The two things alone would go a long way to reduce the cost of healthcare. However, the Dems would have none of it b/c TORT reform affects their trial lawyer donors.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: May 27, 2013 6:38 PM
We lost our wonderful family doctor over 20 years ago due to the rise in malpractice insurance even back then, now I imagine it's so exhorbitant that we will lose many more..

These numbers aren’t necessarily new, of course, but they are a nagging and constant reminder that the president’s “Affordable” Care Act is and will likely continue to be deeply unpopular:

A majority of Americans oppose ObamaCare as the administration begins to roll out the landmark healthcare law, according to a poll released Monday.

The CNN/ORC International poll found that 54 percent opposed the healthcare reforms, with 43 percent supporting the law.

The poll finds that 35 percent oppose the healthcare law because it is “too liberal,” with 16 percent saying the law is...