Wednesday, March 23, 2011

ObamaCare One Year Later: Americans Still Hate It, And Cost Estimates Have Jumped

The most recent CNN/Opinion Research poll, only 37 percent of Americans support the measure, with 59 percent opposed. That's basically unchanged from last March, when the last major polling took place. And remember, this is CNN, where democrats are oversampled to the tune of at least 10-15%, as you can tell by their futile attempts to spin this in Zero's favor.

Not only that, but according to the Congressional Budget Office, the estimated cost of ObamaCare has jumped 8.6%, and based on the research I did at the time, the CBO's estimate is still low. A big f@#!in' deal indeed, as Joe Biden would say.

ObamaCare is going to be repealed..either by the Supreme Court, or by Congress once the Republicans take the Senate in 2012.

Epic fail.

( via memeorandum)

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1 comment:

louielouie said...

in a separate browser, i was watching a streaming of s. kubrick's 2001: space odyssey.
i say this because i clicked on J/P website to see if he had updated his site with a new essay, and sure enough found this obamacare update.
when i went back to the streaming movie, it was at the scene where dave is out in the pod, and hal had illuminated all of the "life functions terminated" warning signs.
what a kawinkydink?
as for repealing obamacare, ha!
you make me laugh.
out loud.
the supreme court has it's marching orders from the white house press room. the american people do not have standing.
as for the repubs taking the senate in 2012, they will not be able to override a presidential veto. as the electoral college vote has already been certified.
better luck next time.
the american people displaying their wisdom