Majority of Americans Still Oppose ObamaCare. But they Just Re-Elected Obama.
December 4, 2012 - 3:16 pm
[A]ccording to polling by CNN, registered voters oppose Obamacare by a margin of 10 points — 52 to 42 percent. Independents like Obamacare even less, opposing it by a margin of 22 points — 57 to 35 percent. Clearly, voters didn’t think they were ratifying Obamacare when they pulled the lever for Obama.
Yet they did exactly that. Everyone who voted for Barack Obama affirmatively ratified ObamaCare. Many of them voted to keep themselves unemployed. Many of them voted to have their employers halt their company insurance plan.
That’s what they did.
You want to know what I find morbidly amusing? Sen. Harry Reid was out there today arguing that a majority of the American people want tax hikes on the rich.
A majority opposes ObamaCare, and opposed it when it was passed and became law.
How about the GOP offer Senator Cowboy Poetry a trade?
You get your stupid tax hikes on “the rich,” but only if ObamaCare is destroyed.
I bet not a few of the “rich” would take that trade.