posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 04:57 PM
reply to post by FyreByrd
Another list of partisan rhetoric. Great. Do you really believe all the spin in that list?
Here's another sign of irrationality you may have missed:
You think that Americans are in favor of Obamacare when only 41% of
the population approve of it.
Less than two months before the health insurance exchanges open nationwide, more Americans disapprove (49%) than approve (41%) of the
Affordable Care Act.
Now. let's ask the "real" question, shall we; "How many approve of the TP/GOP strategy on ObamaCare?"
Polls consistently show that Americans aren’t happy with Obamacare. They think the law will make health care more expensive, and decrease
its quality. But a new survey of 1,976 registered voters finds that only 33 percent believe that the health law should be repealed, delayed, or
defunded. 29 percent believe that “Congress should make changes to improve the law,” 26 percent believe that “Congress should let the law take
effect” and see what happens, and 12 percent believe that the law should be expanded. The bottom line? Voters are skeptical that Obamacare will live
up to Democrats’ hype. But they also believe that it should be given a chance to succeed.
Just because many of us don't "approve" of ObamaCare as written, doesn't mean that we want it repealed, de-funded and/or delayed. Much less, to shut
down the government and force the nation into default over not getting one of those three options.
We want it fixed! Not repealed.
We want a "single-payer" not-for-profit option! Not de-funded.
We've wanted these things since the beginning, so needless to say; We don't want it delayed.
You're placing way too much weight on the word "approve." I sometimes don't approve of my children's behavior but I don't want them eliminated
because of it, I want their behavior corrected.
edit on 15-10-2013 by Flatfish because: (no reason given)