This was the question asked by the CNN/Opinion Research pollsters:
As you may know, several health care bills have been passed by committees in the U.S. House and Senate and they can be brought before Congress for debate and a final vote at any time. Which of the following do you think Congress should do:
** Continue working on those bills this fall and make relatively minor changes before passing final legislation.
** Continue working on those bills this fall but pass final legislation only if major changes are made.
** Start work on entirely new bills that would not be ready until some time next year.
** Stop working on any bills that would change the country's health care system.
The results: 26 percent want the bills passed with relatively minor changes; 33 percent want the bills passed but only with major changes; 24 percent want Congress to start work on entirely new bills; and 15 percent want Congress to stop work altogether. Just one percent have no opinion
Got that? only one-fourth of those polled want ObamaCare as written so far.
But QueenNancy wants 51% of the House to pass it.
And Kagen, Baldwin, Obey, and Kind will follow her right off that cliff. Good.