Sunday, January 17, 2010

Obamacare is as popular as root canal in Massachusetts

How is it Republican Scott Brown has a chance to win a senate election in Massachusetts, the heart of liberal land? One reason is Obamacare isn't very popular in Massachusetts. Only 36 percent of the Massachusetts likely voters support the national health-care plan being pushed by President Barack Obama.

CNSNews reported:
Only 36 percent of the Massachusetts residents who say they are likely to vote in the special U.S. Senate election that will take place in that state on Tuesday say they support the national health-care plan...

A 51-percent majority of those likely to vote in Tuesday's special election say they oppose Obama's health-care plan.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Looks like one of Obama's speechwriters came across this blog with the "root canal" wisecrack he made about the bank bailouts. Obama was right that root canals have a bad rap, but they're really not bad as long as you're properly numbed.