Health Care Reform: 61% Say Congress Should Start All Over Again on Health Care

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    Suprise? Yes? NO? And What is Obama Saying? [Hint: He will NOT Consider trashing the Democratic Plan No matter what the PEOPLE Say]...

    61% Say Congress Should Start All Over Again on Health Care <Rasmussen

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    President Obama this week called for a televised bipartisan summit to get his health care reform plan back on track, but 61% of U.S. voters say Congress should scrap that plan and start all over again.

    A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds just 28% who think it is better to build on the health care plan that has been working its way through the House and Senate.

    Support for and opposition to the existing plan remain at the same levels they’ve been at since just after Thanksgiving.
    Only 35% of voters believe Congress should pass health care reform before the upcoming midterm elections anyway. Fifty-four percent (54%) say Congress should wait until voters select new congressional representatives in November.

    It’s interesting to note that in a separate survey earlier this week 63% of voters said, generally speaking, it would be better for the country if most incumbents in Congress were defeated this November. Just 27% now believe their current congressman is the best person for the job.

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    This is startleing in my view, from what I have seen in the past. People ARE waking up. The people are realizing that they've elected a MARXIST/STATIST to be POTUS, and the Democrats (Liberals), are smarting...they took us to an abyss, and the people are saying..."TURN AWAY" we will NOT FOLLOW YOU.

    So Is the Marxist -In - Chief going to scrap the Democrat Plan?

    Of Course not... "WASHINGTON – Signaling he'd meet critics part way on health care, President Barack Obama said Tuesday he's willing to sign a bill even if it doesn't deliver everything he pursued through a year of grinding effort at risk of going down as a dismal failure.

    The Democrats' massive health overhaul legislation is stalled in Congress by disagreements within the party and the loss last month of their 60th Senate vote, and with it, control of the agenda. Republicans suspect that Obama's invitation to a televised health care summit Feb. 25 is a thinly disguised political trap. On Tuesday, the president tried to change the dour dynamic, indicating he could settle for less in order to move ahead.

    "Let's put the best ideas on the table," Obama told reporters after meeting with congressional leaders of both parties. "My hope is that we can find enough overlap that we can say, this is the right way to move forward, even if I don't get every single thing that I want."

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    Of course not Mr. Obama. But Any PART of your nefarious plan that gets in the fray is a FOOT IN THE proverbial DOOR.

    If the Republicans are smart? They's take Rush Limbaugh's ADVICE, and be the "Party Of HELL NO".

    Obama Sets Trap for Republicans <LINK/STORY/Commentary

    I agree with Rush. Obama, and the Democrats have ignored alternative plans from Republicans to the point they NEVER saw the light of day, and the Repulicans' Motions defeated by these Statists. But only now after FAILED elections, notably Massechussetts...(Seat Held by Teddy Kennedy, Father of Democrat Healthcare Reform), a Seat Held By Kennedy for Decades...goes to A Republican (Scott Brown)...do they want to now speak of "Bipartisanship"...

    I say NO...HELL NO. Don't fall for this crap again. Even George W. Bush tried to get along with these people...and got BIT.

    It high time to BITE BACK, and slam the Democrats, and in particuliar Barack Obama...and make their calls of the party of NO become the party of "HELL NO". Play time is over, and Democrats don't play very well, they NEVER have. WHEN will some learn this lesson?

    A Song called "Kicked In The Teeth Again" Comes to mind...The PEOPLE have Spoken. Learn it, Live it KNOW it.

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    Barry sees 'we, the people' as mere minions and does not care what we say while he sees himself as Yertle the Turtle. A huge burp is coming.
     
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    And it's gonna hit him, and the Statist Democrat Liberals square between the eyes. MANY have bailed already, and many that were in Obama's corner are chastising him for NOT going FAR enough.

    My what a tangled WEB he's weaved. He continues to weave it by NOW saying he wants 'Televised' Meetings?

    TOO LATE Mr. Obama. You had your chance. The Party of HELL NO is coming in a big way to hit you squarely where it belongs, and relegate YOU a failure for your Marxist, Arrogant, Over-bearing, Over Reaching ways.

    NEVER bite more than you can chew at a sitting. You blew it Mr. President. You're on the Short Bus Now heading over the Speedbumps that YOU have created.
     
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    The majority wants to start over? I'm down with that.

    The majority also wants a public option. Let's do that too.
     
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    no. they just think they do. until they find out that turns into government-run health care.
     
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    Exactly...and that's what they revolted against. Especially when they were told that they HAD TO or face FINES, and JAIL if they didn't.
     
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    It's an option.

    There will still be a demand for premium insurance.

    If private health insurance providers can't keep up or find a way to adjust to the market with gov't having a non-profit option for Americans then they can fail.
     
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    It's cheaper than breaking your leg without insurance.
     
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    Yeah because every health insurance company can compete with someone who is allowed to operate in the red.
    That option turns into government-run health-care.

    It's just the ossiah's way of tricking everyone into social medicine.
     
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    Kind of hard to compete with a company who can just print more money if and when it starts failing...
     

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