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Health Care Law "at Lowest Popularity Level Ever"

Polonius said, "to thine own self be true,and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man."

It appears Obama and company never read the Shakespeare . . . or the Constitution.

According to the folks at Politico, the political fallout from Obamacrap, especially in light of the recent court ruling, is likely to plague Democrat's for some time.

Gee, that's going to cause me to lose sleep . . .

Here are some choice observations.

The health care law is at its “lowest level of popularity ever,” said Jake Tapper of ABC News,

It could even be that no such piece of major legislation has created the continued, vehement public opposition that health care has provoked since the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854

Deals to buy votes in the House and Senate, including extra funding for state projects, all became part of the 2,000-page bill that most representatives never read. These deals deeply affected the American people, making them feel the law was forced on them, despite their opposition.

The Democrats argue that there are popular parts of the health care bill. That has been the case since Day One. The problem is that the American people object to the bill as a whole; the way it was passed; and what they perceive to be its effect on the size, scope and cost of government.

Democrats now say that repealing health care is a mistake because it diverts concern from the economy and jobs. We said this all along — that Obama and Congress were pursuing health care at the expense of the economy, when the recession was at its worst. For the Democrats to use that argument now is disingenuous, and the American people are not fools.

Heads up folks.

The riots in Tunisia, Egypt and Jordan are about political corruption and heavy handedness.

Any of this sound familiar?

Obamacrap was never popular and never will be, no matter how much spin DC want't to put on it.

Time for folks up there to read the Constitution.

And perhaps Hamlet as well.

Here is a clue:

Hamlet doesn't end well.


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