New Polling on Obamacare

Dick Morris has some interesting new polls regarding Obamacare. Proponents of the bill will tell you whatever they have to tell you to negate these figures, but you can’t fight facts. They will tell you that the EVIL insurance companies are funding such arguments, they will tell you that every Senator who has an inclination against the bill is being bought off, but they haven’t successfully refuted the facts that the naysayers have brought up about the bill. As the Wall Street Journal has said: “(this) may well be the worst piece of post-New Deal legislation ever introduced.” As the Journal furthers, Speaker Pelosi has said that she doesn’t care: “(She) has reportedly told fellow Democrats that she’s prepared to lose seats in 2010 if that’s what it takes to pass ObamaCare.”

The question every American must ask themselves is: Are Pelosi, Reid, and Obama working in the best interests of the American public, or are they working in the best interests of the Democrat party? I can tell you that if someone could provide me substantial proof that the Republican leadership was working in the best interests of the Republican and against the American public, I would be against it. It is difficult to believe that an American political party would be engaging in anti-American policies, some may say it’s even a little kooky, but there are rare occasions when the kooks are right.

Support/Oppose Obama plan, combined data for Arkansas, North Dakota and Maine

Age Plan

Under 30



Over 65
Support/Oppose Obama Plan





The polling had predicted that the young would swing sharply and dramatically against the Obama program once they got the key information about it, but we are blown away by these results.

These data are from polls the League of American Voters commissioned John Zogby to conduct. Commenting on the results, John said, “These results among 18- to 29-year-olds are striking. It puts in jeopardy the whole theory of the new Democratic majority, because young people are essential to that base.”


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