Polls Starting To Deem Health Care Able To Pass(?)!

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    So in recent polling, there appears to be a less pronounced opposition to the Democratic Health Care plan: Than likely even the GOP may want to pronounce(?), if not wanting to pass(?). . . .in an Obama Administration(?).

    RealClearPolitics - Election Other - Obama and Democrats' Health Care Plan

    Having complained for so many months that they can't even read it, anyone can guess that GOP Tea Party members especially: Are having trouble with the concept, "pass:" And in the Obama Administration.

    Cynics can even now openly suggest that it is, after all, a lot easier to pass, now, than it was(?)! Even the 58% Rasmussen opposition is down to 50%. That would deem the polls about even, and statistically to boot!

    And so the polls have spoken, with only the pols yet to deem national health care able to pass(?)!

    There in fact may be some hold-outs, at some hotel desks somewhere(?).

    Anyone still keeping any distance, can simply now think of it as being, "Porto Rican!"

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Anyone knows that in the D. C. beltway, that Early Times there is not forgotten, along with the Tequila Sunrise, and along with Blood Mary, and Margarita! Anyone guesses that really early times are still not forgotten!)
     

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