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originally posted by: Onslaught2996
a reply to: OccamsRazor04
See here is the thing I could never understand why Liberals were against ID laws and Conservatives for.
I always thought both sides were racist to assume that voters who could not afford ID's were poor and minority.
Now I am seeing why they want ID's..they can put a face to the name now. They can now target people by race because an ID card would not lie.
Of course it is hypothetical...but I would not put anything past a republican...
The reason for this two-step is nicely captured in the new Kaiser Family Foundation poll. A majority of Americans — and a majority of independents — wants to move past the debate over the health law. But a big majority of Republicans (62 percent) wants the debate over the law to continue. And the same stark divide exists on repeal: A big majority of Republicans (65 percent) wants their Member of Congress to keep pushing for repeal, while a large majority of Americans and independents wants lawmakers to work to improve the law. People know there’s no GOP alternative, and don’t want to go back (Republicans excepted) to the old system.
More than half the public says Obamacare has helped either their families or others across the country, although less than one in five Americans say they have personally benefited from the health care law, according to a new national poll.
A CNN/ORC International survey also indicates that a majority of Americans oppose the Affordable Care Act, but that some of that opposition is from people who don't think the measure goes far enough.
According to the poll, only 18% of the public say they or their families are better off now that the major provisions of the health care law have been implemented.
Another 35% report that, while their lives have not improved, the Affordable Care Act has benefited other people in the U.S. Add those two numbers together, and that means 53% say that Obamacare has helped either their families or others across the country.
Forty-four percent tell us that the health care law has not helped anyone in the country.
Another 35% report that, while their lives have not improved, the Affordable Care Act has benefited other people in the U.S.
originally posted by: buster2010
originally posted by: Oudoceus
Things like this shouldn't happen in this country. Then again, it is kind of nice to see the Democrats getting a dose of their own medicine.
Can you show proof of a Democrat state that made 50000 voter registrations disappear?