There also continues to be a large divide between the Political Class and Mainstream voters on the issue. While 73% of Mainstream voters favor repeal of the law, 86% of voters in the Political Class oppose repeal.Of course, who are the "Political Class"?... they are obviously people with their heads stuck up Obama's "Donkey" (a/k/a Ass), since "they" think things are heading in the right direction while 84% of "Mainstream" Americans know better, according to this Rasmussen poll and report.
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Likely Voters nationwide now favor repeal of the new health care law, including 46% who Strongly Favor repeal, according to the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey."Likely Voters" are the folks that are most likely to vote instead of some polls that question people who may never vote or are very unlikely to even vote.
The NCPA (National Center for Policy Analysis), through the http://www.policypatriots.org/ website has fully studied the ObamaCare Plan and has released the following FREE downloads for a Detailed Analysis, a Pamphlet and a PowerPoint Presentation, available for download here or at the next three links.
Detailed Analysis - http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/What-Does-Health-Reform-Mean-for-You-A-Consumers-Guide.pdf
Pamphlet - http://www.ncpa.org/pdfs/What-Does-Health-Reform-Mean-to-You.pdf
PowerPoint Presentation - http://subscribe.ncpa.org/newsletter_graphics/externals/What-Does-Health-Reform-Mean-for-You_Presentation.ppt
And, from an email that I received from the NCPA:
NCPA President John C. Goodman Defends Seniors in Wall Street Journal Editorial! In an editorial entitled, "How Seniors Will Pay for ObamaCare," Goodman addressed an issue conspicuously absent from the health policy dialogue: who will foot the bill for ObamaCare. As Goodman writes, Medicare Advantage plans efficiently provide high-quality care. Consider:OK America... voting for Conservatives this November is more important than in 1994 when Newt Gingrich led the Republican Revolution and took control of the House for the first time in 50 years. That stopped HillaryCare from moving forward so we need to do the same thing to stop ObamaCare from moving forward.
Medicare Advantage enrollees had 33% more doctor visits, yet 18% fewer hospital days and 10% fewer hospital admissions than conventional Medicare patients.
Medicare Advantage enrollees had 27% fewer emergency-room visits, 13% fewer avoidable admissions, and 42% readmissions.
ObamaCare Demolishes Medicare Advantage. Goodman revealed that ObamaCare's costs will fall hardest on Medicare Advantage enrollees, a group of Americans disproportionately comprised of low-income households, minorities, and seniors. According to a report published by the Administration's own Medicare Office of the Actuary, about 7.4 million Medicare Advantage enrollees will lose their Medicare Advantage coverage completely.
I still have faith in the Courts that they will declare the mandate unconstitutional and that should make the entire ObamaCare law unconstitutional since the Dumbocrats failed to put in a severability clause in the law... which is put in nearly every law and contract so that IF a Court declares one part of the law or contract invalid, it doesn't invalidate the entire law or contract... but the Dumbocrats, in their zest to push this massive social program on America, failed to put in a simple severability clause which hopefully will be the downfall of this BIG tax and spend government program that will surely cost America far more than they project... just like every other social program has cost us 3X to 10X more than original projections.... and of course the taxes charged for Social Security are going to end up being 15X more than original projections.
All this said... God help America in November, 2010... so that we can restore our country back towards greatness once again.