Remember when all those ObamaCare supporters kept telling us (and themselves) that ”reform” would become more and more popular once the voters discovered all the cool stuff buried in its 2,700 pages?
Oops! According to that hive of wingnuts and Tea Partiers at CNN, it’s just as unpopular now as it was a year ago, when the President and his congressional accomplices shoved it
up our down our throats:
According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Wednesday, on the one year anniversary of the signing of the law, a majority continue to oppose the measure.
How big a majority? Six in ten:
Thirty-seven percent of Americans support the measure, with 59 percent opposed.
How does this compare to a year ago?
That’s basically unchanged from last March, when 39 percent supported the law and 59 percent opposed the measure.
CNN does its best to smear lipstick on this poll, but no amount of journalistic grease paint will obscure the fact that most Americans still think this health “reform” law is an ugly, stinking pig. And they are right.
[ht Doug Powers]