The stupid Klanbaggers are going to continue to piss and moan, but for most of the rest of America, the SCOTUS decision has settled the issue.
Rushpubliscums who continue to beat this dead horse do so at their own peril. As more Americans learn about Obamacare, the negatives continue to fall off. By November, I suspect the negatives will be WAY down.
There’s a lot to not like about Obamacare, chief among the reasons being the continued presence of private insurers in the game. But the positives outweigh the negatives, as I have said before. I don’t see Obamacare as the end, but the beginning-and as a beginning, it was a decent opening shot.
Hell, dems are starting to run ON Obamacare now, rather than away from it.
Americans split evenly on the Supreme Court’s recent 5 to 4 decision upholding Obama’s health-care law, with 42 percent approving of the decision and 44 percent opposing it. But in a significant change, the legislation is now viewed less negatively than it was before the ruling. In the new survey, 47 percent support the law and 47 percent oppose it. In April, 39 percent backed it and 53 percent opposed it.
House Republicans will vote again this week on a measure to repeal the health-care law. In the poll, just one-third of all Americans favor repealing the legislationin its entirety or in part. At the same time, Thirty-eight percent of Americans consider Romney’s support for repeal a major reason to vote for him, compared with 29 percent who say it is a major reason to vote against him.
The Rushpubliscums did a damn good job of whipping up the knuckle-draggers with visions of death panels and Stalin. They managed to get all of them to the polls in 2010, and saddled us with a bunch of Klanbagger morons in Government. In 2012, however, things will have changed on several fronts. (1.) is that there will be a measurable increase in the Hispanic population that is eligible to vote, and they support Obamacare by a measure of about 2 to 1 (and thus the Rushpubliscum “voter fraud” hysteria.) (2.) is that a lot of the Klanbaggers the Koch brothers were busing from town to town to scream and cry about SOSHEELESM have passed on, because the median age of the Rushpubliscum voter “base” is pretty up there; there simply will not be as many Klanbaggers to turn out in 2012 as there were in 2010. (3.) is that a lot of Americans may be pissed off at Obama, and not without justification-but they are downright disgusted with the Jonestown Klanbaggers who promised to focus on JOBS, and then proceeded to do everything BUT talk about jobs.
With a lackluster candidate, absolutely no ideas for governance, and a sociopathic obsession with legislation that America considers a settled deal, the Rushpubliscum Party faces a steep uphill climb. They may have to redouble both their attempts to wreck the economy and their efforts to suppress voters to prevail in 2012.