57% in favor of Obamacare Repeal

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    Health Care Law - Rasmussen Reports

     
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    Due to a great job of lies and dis information presented by the Republican Party.

    When the individual parts are presented, they poll very, very high.

    Democrats need to combat Republican propaganda and lies with facts.

    Notice, 8 years under Bush and no health care, no immigration policy, the biggest tax break for the rich in history, the beginning of this historic deficit, and two wars, one of which, they just "made up".

    It's only their incredible ability to mislead America that even keeps them in the game.

    Good Job! You guys really know how to fuck this country.
     
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    And as stated so many motherfucking times... you can find a poll to support any stance... that's why polls don't **** except in the actual elections
     
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    John? Is that you?
     
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    uhm......I guess it all depends on what you are looking to highlight?;)

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    Polls on individual programs etc. are fine, BUT you have to study the sample questions, partisan pollsters or fronts/grps etc. who do this as one offs, live on over and under sampling ( as in segment balance R/D/I) , and phraseology intended to elicit a particular response.

    First rule- no sample questions to reflect the poll, I don't even consider it.
    Second rule- no (A) polls...as in Anonymous, (LV) likely voters and (RV) registered voters are best.

    BTW, I went to the AP site in the OP and checked their AP exclusive site linked at the bottom, no sign of the innards of the Stanford poll.

    Gallup and Ras. always have the questions available and their R/D/I balance is always as close as possible.
     
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    Fact of the matter is, dems know if they try and run on the owebama health care take over, they will not be enjoying reelection. The dems are running away from owebama care. The republicans on the other hand, know that if they run on repealing owebama care, they will be getting elected. Polls be damned. The voters will let you know what they think of owebama care in November, and the shady, underhanded, strong armed, behind locked doors, bribing of votes way the dems rammed it down everyone's throat. No one has forgotten that. They're still pissed, and they're going to show the dems what they think of that kind of behavior. Pack your fucking bags ass holes... YOU'RE FIRED!
     
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    They're pissed because they feel Democrats haven't cleaned up Republican's mess fast enough. We know that.

    They may teach Democrats a lesson, but it's the country that will "learn a lesson". What do Republicans bring to the table?

    A Plague on America?

    Lemon Pledge?

    another "Contract ON America"?

    This country can't keep surviving these catastrophes.
     
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    Agree...we need to make the bill stronger

    Start with a strong Government option and move to the eventual goal of Single payer

    -Easier
    - More efficient
    - More economical

    Better coverage for lower cost
     
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    Your expecting the government to do that, huh? :lol:
     

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