Friday, July 17, 2009

ObamaCare Poll

I think this is ObamaCare's high-water mark.

"By a 50-42 margin, Americans oppose the House of Representatives' bill introduced July 14," said S. Ward Casscells, M.D., vice president of external affairs and public policy and the John Edward Tyson Distinguished Professor in Cardiology at the UT Health Science Center at Houston. "This bill would call for most employers to sponsor health plans and would also create a Medicare-like plan for those under 65 who have no other health plan. The increased costs would be covered by increasing income taxes* on individuals making more than $280,000 and families making more than $350,000."

And that "who's taxed" line will be operative until just after the 2010 elections, when you can simply strike all the words after "taxes" above (at the asterisk, for you Lefty readers.)

HT: Gateway

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