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Time for Some Small-Government Optimism…and to Repeal ObamaCare

Americans oppose ObamaCare by huge margins.

Jeffrey H. Anderson


January 6, 2011 - 12:00 am
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The Kaiser poll also showed that, when health-care voters are presented with partial repeal as a fourth potential option, full repeal still wins by 15 to 20 points:  5 percent said lawmakers should “Repeal the entire law,” versus 26 percent who said lawmakers should “Repeal parts of the law.” (A distant 15 percent want to see the law expanded, while only 11 percent like it as it is.)

The fight for repeal is a fight that advocates of limited government and fiscal responsibility are clearly winning and are poised to win for good — provided they can summon enough optimism and determination to do so.

Is repealing ObamaCare “realistic”?  Why on earth wouldn’t it be?

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Jeffrey H. Anderson, an independent writer, was the senior speechwriter for Secretary Mike Leavitt at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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