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Democrats Win Elections! 49% Approve New Health Care Law (Gallup)!

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Anyone who thought that the elections were over when the Democrats walked up the staircase of the Capitol building, to slurs and spittal, over the weekend: May have to re-think their campaign tactics strategy. Conservatives need to be apologetic for the anti-abortion clerics, apparently, at the Vatican: Even over the weekend.

Actually, the Democrats are perceived to have done the right thing for the United States, of the voting and non-voting people(?)!

By Slim Margin, Americans Support Healthcare Bill's Passage

Many polled were pleased and ecstatic. The gridlock created by the GOP was overcome. The White House West Wing kept its word with (in)famous Exectuive Order. The results were less the cliff-hanger than the polls had recorded prior to the vote. And then off to the side notice the 4 in 10 of the underemployed have no health coverage.

Prior to the actual vote, all of the Tea Party, able to chant and be happy, were almost saying, "Dewey Wins!" just like in the polls.

After the vote results were in, even former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley--now dead, and late for nothing--would have been wondering just what all the polls had been showing! Bradley was black, even at the time, and was expected to be a shoo-in, and lost the famous election for governor.

Finally, everyone woke up to the health care vote, and then it all made sense to everyone!

And then it is back to the "Bradley Effect." In the case of national health insurance, Pointedly, the absence of a coherent, concise, Democratic sales pitch before the final votes, would be said to have left a lot of people less than inclined to express support for a national health plan. The GOP would even call the Democrats "Arrogant," in tiny measure because they could be said to have seen no apparent reason to explain it to anyone.

The national press coverage was left to focus less on substance, and moe on opposition.

Then there was an outcome, and November is no doubt being regarded by The Democrats as a shoo-in, all over again!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Great Half-Wit Father in Washington does understand about the D. C. School System! "Separate and Equal," at least at Sidwell Friends School, is clearly better!)
 
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Anyone who thought that the elections were over when the Democrats up the staircase of the Capitol building, to slurs and spittal, over the weekend: May have to re-think their campaign tactics strategy. Conservatives need to be apologetic for the anti-abortion clerics, apparently, at the Vatican: Even over the weekend.

Actually, the Democrats are perceived to have done the right thing for the United States, of the voting and non-voting people(?)!

By Slim Margin, Americans Support Healthcare Bill's Passage

Many polled were pleased and ecstatic. The gridlock created by the GOP was overcome. The White House West Wing kept its word with (in)famous Exectuive Order. The results were less the cliff-hanger than the polls had recorded prior to the vote.

Prior to the actual vote, all of the Tea Party, able to chant and be happy, were doing, "Dewey Wins!" just like in the polls.

After the vote results were in, even former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley--now dead, and late for nothing--would have been wondering just what all the polls had been showing! Bradley was black, even at the time, and was expected to be a shoo-in, and lost the famous election for governor.

Finally, everyone woke up to the health care vote, and then it all made sense to everyone!

And then it is back to the "Bradley Effect." In the case of national health insurance, Pointedly, the absence of a coherent, concise, Democratic sales pitch before the final votes would be said to have left a lot of people less than inclined to express support for a national health plan. The GOP would even call the Democrats "Arrogant," in tiny measure because they could be said to have seen no apparent to explain it to anyone.

The national press coverage was left to focus less on substance, and moe on opposition.

Then there was an outcome, and November is no doubt being regarded by The Democrats as a shoo-in, all over again!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Great Half-Wit Father in Washington does understand about the D. C. School System! "Separate and Equal," at least at Sidwell Friends School, is clearly better!)



Those numbers will continue to go up, unfortunately we have many citizens in this country that don't do the research themselves and they just go with the majority(monkey see, monkey do). Once the bill starts effecting peoples lives by helping them I can see those numbers over 60%.
 
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The opposition to the Great New Law, a final part of the Great New Deal, was in the 30 percentile range before, and then support for the Great New Law, a final part of the Great New Deal, was sufficient for an electoral majority in a matter of hours.

In a mass appeal campaign, no one is supposed to miss the point!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Sidwell Friends School, and Punahou School, versus the D. C. School District: This is not. Points get missed a lot, in many matters!)
 

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Anyone who thought that the elections were over when the Democrats walked up the staircase of the Capitol building, to slurs and spittal, over the weekend: May have to re-think their campaign tactics strategy. Conservatives need to be apologetic for the anti-abortion clerics, apparently, at the Vatican: Even over the weekend.

Actually, the Democrats are perceived to have done the right thing for the United States, of the voting and non-voting people(?)!

By Slim Margin, Americans Support Healthcare Bill's Passage

Many polled were pleased and ecstatic. The gridlock created by the GOP was overcome. The White House West Wing kept its word with (in)famous Exectuive Order. The results were less the cliff-hanger than the polls had recorded prior to the vote. And then off to the side notice the 4 in 10 of the underemployed have no health coverage.

Prior to the actual vote, all of the Tea Party, able to chant and be happy, were almost saying, "Dewey Wins!" just like in the polls.

After the vote results were in, even former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley--now dead, and late for nothing--would have been wondering just what all the polls had been showing! Bradley was black, even at the time, and was expected to be a shoo-in, and lost the famous election for governor.

Finally, everyone woke up to the health care vote, and then it all made sense to everyone!

And then it is back to the "Bradley Effect." In the case of national health insurance, Pointedly, the absence of a coherent, concise, Democratic sales pitch before the final votes, would be said to have left a lot of people less than inclined to express support for a national health plan. The GOP would even call the Democrats "Arrogant," in tiny measure because they could be said to have seen no apparent reason to explain it to anyone.

The national press coverage was left to focus less on substance, and moe on opposition.

Then there was an outcome, and November is no doubt being regarded by The Democrats as a shoo-in, all over again!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Great Half-Wit Father in Washington does understand about the D. C. School System! "Separate and Equal," at least at Sidwell Friends School, is clearly better!)

Congratulation. You cherry picked one poll that says the exact opposite of the two dozen others out there that don't support your view. :rolleyes:
 

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Congratulation. You cherry picked one poll that says the exact opposite of the two dozen others out there that don't support your view. :rolleyes:

They're all upticking, along with Barry's approval, and they will continue to do so.
 
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The stupid GOP CongressRep reported that his office had been "attacked," according to police reports by a random shot in the air: And wanted everyone to know that his vision for American includes that happening everyday.

That was not a cherrypick, but actually happened.

The Gallup polling people found an instant turnaround, even as reporting of other polls seems to have no longer surfaced in the usual reporting.

That has actually happened in just the last week.

And layoffs and dismissals, announced by the Vatican, did not happen. The Conservative, Tea Party, types of positions(?) are shown worldwide.

The GOP Congressrep, of the random office gunshot, likely just wants to show what he is for.

Nixon's GOP is famously all about coverup, in fact, itself.

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(There is actually a different point of view expressed in Her Majesty's government, even on the matters of the sources and uses of the credit market among the assembled, a year or so ago at Davos.)
 

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Congratulation. You cherry picked one poll that says the exact opposite of the two dozen others out there that don't support your view. :rolleyes:

They're all upticking, along with Barry's approval, and they will continue to do so.

So let's see these upticking polls, shall we?
 

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Too bad for the Democratic Party that many of those that approve of the Healthcare Law do not vote in midterm elections.

They are too busy spending their entitlements.

Likewise, many of the republican party will not vote as well as they will be too busy working to pay for the entitlements.

So I guess it is a wash.
 
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In America, clearly one opinion is not enough, but also in America, one poll, and one shattered window, are both about more than one opinion(ess)!

"Crow, James Crow! Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(In the Colonies, now, there is apparently their version of the law, and the computing, and their divoirce courts: On their permanent record!)
 

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Anyone who thought that the elections were over when the Democrats walked up the staircase of the Capitol building, to slurs and spittal, over the weekend: May have to re-think their campaign tactics strategy. Conservatives need to be apologetic for the anti-abortion clerics, apparently, at the Vatican: Even over the weekend.

Actually, the Democrats are perceived to have done the right thing for the United States, of the voting and non-voting people(?)!

By Slim Margin, Americans Support Healthcare Bill's Passage

Many polled were pleased and ecstatic. The gridlock created by the GOP was overcome. The White House West Wing kept its word with (in)famous Exectuive Order. The results were less the cliff-hanger than the polls had recorded prior to the vote. And then off to the side notice the 4 in 10 of the underemployed have no health coverage.

Prior to the actual vote, all of the Tea Party, able to chant and be happy, were almost saying, "Dewey Wins!" just like in the polls.

After the vote results were in, even former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley--now dead, and late for nothing--would have been wondering just what all the polls had been showing! Bradley was black, even at the time, and was expected to be a shoo-in, and lost the famous election for governor.

Finally, everyone woke up to the health care vote, and then it all made sense to everyone!

And then it is back to the "Bradley Effect." In the case of national health insurance, Pointedly, the absence of a coherent, concise, Democratic sales pitch before the final votes, would be said to have left a lot of people less than inclined to express support for a national health plan. The GOP would even call the Democrats "Arrogant," in tiny measure because they could be said to have seen no apparent reason to explain it to anyone.

The national press coverage was left to focus less on substance, and moe on opposition.

Then there was an outcome, and November is no doubt being regarded by The Democrats as a shoo-in, all over again!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Great Half-Wit Father in Washington does understand about the D. C. School System! "Separate and Equal," at least at Sidwell Friends School, is clearly better!)

Yeah, keep dreaming, the more they find out that 10 billion went to establish 159 NEW government agencies and they need to HIRE 16,500 NEW IRS agents to implement the plan that number is going off of the cliff.:lol::lol::lol:
 
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With Rep. Cantor putting the opinion of the heavens, more permanently on record: Then the 20 percentile Obama disapprovals, recorded at Rasmussen, coming down closer to the single digits range in a matter of days: Clearly show how the Spirit(s) are at work in America!

Obama Approval Index History - Rasmussen Reports

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(In The Colonies, Textbooks show that some people believe in the Theory of Scientific Whiteness, while others believe that Whiteness evolves like a swoon over the generations of time. The choice for the individual relies on the practical choices that are made. Clearly, Whiteness is not something that people are born with, but is something that people choose to do(?)! School is like that in Conservative World, though maybe not at Sidwell Friends, or Punahou Schools, or in the real D. C. Schools(?)!)
 
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