Hey guys, guess who’s popular all of a sudden? Obamacare!

Obamacare tops 50 percent popularity among Americans for first time in new poll, after Senate unveils bill to gut health-care law

51 percent of the public now sees Obamacare favorably.
Majorities of the public oppose cuts to Medicaid.
There is also strong opposition to weakening federal Obamacare rules requiring certain health benefits, and that prevent insurers from charging sicker customers more.

Don’t they know that they are supposed to hate it? What’s wrong with them?

Fifty-five percent of the public views the House’s American Health Care Act unfavorably, compared with just 30 percent with favorable views of that bill, according to the survey.

And since May, support among Republicans for the House bill has dropped from 67 percent to 56 percent. The House’s bill barely won passage in May.

Kaiser’s survey additionally revealed that strong majorities of Americans, regardless of political stripe, have favorable views of Medicaid, the government health coverage program for the poor.

Damn freedom-hating Commies, um, hippies!

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3 Responses to Popular!

  1. roket says:

    I hear the Clinton email scandal is making a comeback in Congress. While they’re at it, they may as well resurrect Benghazi and repeal Obamacare again without a replacement and see how that works out for them.


  2. Steve-O says:

    Well that is nice. But we can’t have nice things because there are fools in congress who don’t believe that they represent their constituents unless their constituents have MILL-YUNS of dollars to throw the congress-person’s way.
    The rest of those damn taker can go hang, as far as they are concerned.


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