Monday, May 24, 2010

New High for Repeal of ObamaCare

Those supporting a repeal of the recently passed health care legislation has reached a new high, with 63% of likely voters wanting the new laws yanked. This comes from a new Rasmussen poll out today, showing more and more Americans out of step with the Administration (or, rather, the other way around.)

Prior to today, weekly polling had shown support for repeal ranging from 54% to 58%.
Currently, just 32% oppose repeal.
The new findings include 46% who Strongly Favor repeal of the health care bill and 25% who Strongly Oppose it.
 Furthermore, 55% of those polled believe that the new act would raise the price of health care. For example, New York State mandated that all drivers must have valid car insurance-- since they've done that, New York's car insurance rates are one of the highest in the country because the insurance companies know that you have no choice. Let's see what happens when the provisions of the health care bill come on line.

So where did this extra opposition come from? Likely, it came from seeing the large troubles in Europe, where out of control spending has caused that entire continent to stare into the abyss of financial collapse. Greece's rich social welfare system has nearly bankrupted that country-- partially due to its "free" health care.

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