Hey, Mitt: A majority of Americans want to keep the Health care Law!
New Bloomberg poll results show a plurality of Americans, 43 percent, say they want to retain the 2010 law with only small modifications, while 15 percent say the measure should be left alone, a Bloomberg National Poll shows. That’s 58 % for keepers! Only 33% say it should be repealed.
Next week the Supreme Court is expected to rule “on the constitutionality of the law, the centerpiece of which is the mandate that most Americans buy insurance or pay a fine.”
Do you suppose the Court pays attention to people, or to Republican campaign rhetoric?
- Most Don’t Want Health Care Law Repealed (politicalwire.com)
- Robert Scheer: Health Care: Give the People What They Want (huffingtonpost.com)
- No Supreme Court ruling on national health care law – Boston.com (boston.com)
- Supreme Court pushes health care ruling to next week (bostonglobe.com)
Posted on June 21, 2012, in Announcement, campaign, Congress, Economics, Education, ethics, Finance, government, Health Care, Legal, News, Opinion, Politics, Polls, quote, Supreme Court, vote, Word from Bill and tagged American, Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Republicans, Supreme Court, Supreme Court of the United States, United States. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Hey, Mitt: A majority of Americans want to keep the Health care Law!.