Following the health care debate 1/3 of Americans supported Obamacare, 1/3 opposed it for going too far...?

and 1/3 opposed it for not going far enough. This means that while 2/3 of Americans were not satisfied with health care reform, 2/3 of Americans also wanted the government to play a larger role. If conservatives are truly representative of the popular will of the people, how do they a imagine a redo of health care reform looking like? CHUCK: There are 3 thirds in a whole. Really work that IQ of yours.

Asked By: - 5/17/2012
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Prove it Mathew,,,where is your examples or links... More
Answered By: Curtis 1911 - 5/17/2012
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I still do not believe for a second that you liberals that supported Obamacare have any clue as to what is in it. Heck, those who drafted the bill do not even know.
Answered By: O'Ryan - 5/17/2012
I think it should be more like Canadas.. The thing is, where I live, we have a doctor shortage. My daughter has a dentist appointment 7 months down the row... More
Answered By: Tiff - 5/17/2012
Your numbers don't quite add up when 2/3 of the country opposed obamacare.
Answered By: Chuck - 5/17/2012
The majority of Americans are against ObamaCare. Polling tells us nothing about a "greater role" for government. It is all about how the questions are worded.
Answered By: sober - 5/17/2012
That was then...NOW a majority of Americans do NOT support Obamacare. Heck, even some Dems who voted for it are now openly rejecting their support
Answered By: crash.override - 5/17/2012
illogical. as usual. americans.
Answered By: Mary - 5/17/2012
Then people started to LEARN about the contents of the new law. Now Americans are solidly opposed to obongocare.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 5/17/2012
Obamacare was crammed down our throats, what "debate" are you ranting about, we didn't have any say in the matter...besides the "majority" of Americans are AGAINST it..
Answered By: ellisdee - 5/17/2012
And where did these magic numbers come from?
Answered By: Hugh Jorgan - 5/17/2012
Except, of course, that better than 60% of the American people don't want government interference in health care. Additionally, 3/4 American believe it's unconstitutional. That kind of makes you claims look just a weeeeeeeeeeee bit suspect.
Answered By: How Would I Know - 5/17/2012
The reforms that the right have are simple. Do not fall sick. And if you do, die quickly.
Answered By: The Patriot - 5/19/2012
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