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We still call it Obamacare, and always will

We still call it Obamacare, and always will

Negative views of Obamacare rising

Obama predicted:

“Once it’s working really well, I guarantee ya, they’re not going to call it Obamacare.”

Looks like most people must still be calling it Obamacare because the law’s unpopularity is growing according to the Kaiser tracking poll:

After remaining steady for several months, the share of the public expressing an unfavorable view of the health care law rose to 53 percent in July, up eight percentage points since last month’s poll. This increase was offset by a decrease in the share who declined to offer an opinion on the law (11 percent, down from 16 percent in June), while the share who view the law favorably held fairly steady at 37 percent, similar to where it’s been since March.1 Republicans continue to be the group with the strongest opposition to the law, but the increase in the share with an unfavorable view between June and July was similar across the political spectrum and different demographic groups.

Kaiser tracking poll July 2014 Obamacare unpopular


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This is going to get really interesting when the employer mandate kicks in.

    Freddie Sykes in reply to Exiliado. | August 2, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    There is no penalty for not providing insurance but there are large fines for providing “inadequate” insurance. The disincentives will lead more and more employers to drop coverage.

What on earth was going to make it work really well? What part of deciding everything for the consumer was going to make this bill acceptable to the public? The system had issues and magnifying all that made the system bad and then adding in more bad things wasn’t going to make the system better.

What I would like to see following this clip is all the times the President has called it the ACA or Affordable Care Act and avoided calling it “Obamacare” now because how bad it hurts his beloved Democratic Party!

So impeachment talk is supposed to take our minds off maobamacare, IRS, Benghazi, F and F etc?
Might work, so many lies such bs being put out by the entire democrat party people might become fatigued with all the nonsense.

    Freddie Sykes in reply to 4fun. | August 2, 2014 at 2:20 pm

    My response is that “Impeachment is off the table as long as there are 34 Democrat senators who will always vote party over country.”

In years to come, everything idiotic will be prefaced with “Obama.”

The term “To be a Benedict Arnold,” will be replaced by the term “being an Obama.”

Stupid ideas and acts will be known as “Obamaisms.” A crazy character on a future TV show will be called “Crazy Pelosi.”

Cowardly, talentless backstabbers will be referred to as “Boehners.” To have had your clock cleaned will be referred to as having “Your prebus rinsed.”

This list goes on. Fortunately for Canter, he got kicked out before his name could live in infamy by association.

If I told you what I call it, I’d be banned.

ya kno.. this fella has absolutely no I mean NO credibility, why do we even ask him anything,he is going to make up something anyway, it is a one payer gubment program to get we the unwashed masses into conformity .. lord what despicable leaders.

Freddie Sykes | August 2, 2014 at 2:22 pm

I like to alternate between Obamacare and the PPACA