Even after survey after survey has recently shown a major drop in the nation’s uninsured rate, Obamacare just had its worst month in a key health-care poll.
Kaiser Family Foundation, which has done arguably the best and most consistent polling on the health-care law in the past four-plus years, found that public opinion on the law sank to a record low in July. More people than ever (53 percent) last month said they viewed the law unfavorably, an increase of 8 percentage points since June — one of the biggest opinion swings ever.
That first line would have been more accurate if it had read, “Even after survey after survey has recently shown a major manipulation of the uninsured rate by playing with Medicaid numbers…”
The “broken website” excuse is gone and more people dislike the law and that just isn’t going over well with those who championed it as The Idiot King’s “SIGNATURE PIECE OF LEGISLATION THAT OOZES MESSIANIC AWESOME!” before anyone ever had to deal with it in real life. Then again, real life doesn’t visit WaPo very often because it gets an icky rash when it does.
The realities of elevating a cipher who had a couple of media friendly catch phrases to the most powerful position on Earth are raining down all around us and the kids are taking the news that Santa Claus isn’t real rather hard.
The good news is…kidding.
There’s never good news these days.