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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Trinity, Mar 25, 2010.
62% to be exact.
CBS News Poll
why can't you fuck off troll?
Trinsanity is so repulsive that even it wouldn't fuck itself.
No, no Trinity. Unlike every other time, I'm sure that THIS time, Congress will stick to its budget projections and stay in the black. I'm quite certain this program will be run smoothly and efficiently, with the quality of care of the VA hospitals and the compassion of the IRS.
It's probably true, because as a Democrat, I desperately want the anti health care rhetoric to reach a fever pitch so that the whole country can watch the tea baggers foam at the mouth as the truly rabid morons that they are. it's already working as planned...
Nice thread Trinity, keep up the anti-health care anger and you will hand the Dems another victory in November.
If you guys lose another election your brand is through... kaput.
The Dems are Godzilla and The Republicans are Tokyo. Figure out what happens next genius.
The conservatards are like that crazy old killer who has been strapped into the electric chair and is swearing and spitting and seething at his executors.
It's really salacious entertainment.
Ah...The wonders of the ignore feature
Never used it before, but you're right, it's wondrous.
I just realized, there's no point in even talking to 'baggers like her. It's not like their positions are politically relevant, so why bother even addressing them?
89% of Republicans polled Yes
41% of Democrats polled Yes
66% of Inds polled Yes
OK. 62 % of the 649 people polled, as opposed to 62% of Americans, favor further Health Care Reform.
And this was even more encouraging:ost:
For the new poll, CBS News re-interviewed 649 adults interviewed just before the House vote in a CBS News poll conducted March 18-21. The findings suggest an improvement in perceptions of the legislation: While 37 percent approved of it before the vote, 42 percent approved afterward.
I take it that you never bothered to watch the end of the movie.
the longer this goes the more people are going to see it's not the boogie man trying to get them. Health insurance makes no sense, you buy insurance to hope you never use it, how many people do you know that have never used the medical system?
96% of Americans want reform: AP Health Care Poll: Only FOUR PERCENT Of Americans Don't Want Any Reform
majority want public option; republicans be damned: WaPo Poll: Majority Wants Public Option More Than Bipartisanship For Its Own Sake | The Plum Line
The anti health care commercials I heard when visiting the states that denounced Canada and Brittain's health care systems (that the USA's proposed plans don't really mimic at all) were full of hate filled lies. I could not believe what was being said. Many people I spoke with were for health care and had a lot of questions about the Canadian system. This was Utah, Arizona and New Mexico.
Of course a majority are in favor of health reform...what they don't want is Obama's mess of bills, government take over, backroom seedy deals, gimmick accounting, cuts to medicare and increase of taxes and premimums.
The majority of people don't know what the public option is because the Dems never could decide for themselves. Numerous polls demonstrated that.
Well, at the end of the 1955 Godzilla film, Raymond Burr gets an 9-year contract to play the role of Perry Mason.
But that wasn't the part of the ending I was referring to.
Should we tell him that Godzilla went on to be in more films steadily till 1975? Or again from 1984-1995? Including a "millennium series" from 1999-2004?
I guess if our beloved mutt is trying to suggest that Godzilla died at the end of the 1955 movie, then perhaps someone should be paying attention to a legacy instead of blindly following a single script? Pun, very much intended.
You and Vinyl are very confused about polls...unless the poll says what you want it to say.
The original didn't have Raymond Burr and was slightly Anti American. Godzilla gets boiled by the oxygen destroyer.
Tokyo is saved, only to fester in its own Capitalistic Democratic boils. At the time it was made, the term "Made in Japan" was equal to "junk". Now "made in America" is junk. Did the Japanese win the war over time?
We hear you, we understand you, but you don't get it. Look in the mirror and ask it about the polls.