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Fleckman from Common Since for a Common Man, has been tweeting the information he has found throughout the 1,000+ page bill, some scary information. It is clear to those here at the bucket and those at Ironic Surrealism this is not about care it is about control.

The little factoid I found extremely scary is located on page 1,028 which says, “States give up some of their State Sovereignty.”

You can find the tweets, here.

As Barack continues to spend like Paris on a binger, the American people are starting to regret this massive purchase. So as the buyers remorse sinks in Rasmussen reports, “Forty percent (40%) Strongly Disapprove giving Obama a Presidential Approval Index rating of -11. That’s the first time his ratings have reached double digits in negative territory” Read the rest of this entry »

In this weekly segment, provided by Rasmussen Reports, we look at how the American people feel about the direction their Government is taking the nation. Well, after a few weeks America still stands in the, “Turn around stupid!” category, we will let you know if anything changes. The last Rasmussen telephone survey said, “Sixty-three percent (63%) of voters say the country is moving down the wrong track, up a point from last week and the highest finding since the second week in February.”



As Obama continues, to try and barrel this bill through, the house and senate, it has steadily lost popularity with the American people. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey shows, “that 44% of U.S. voters are at least somewhat in favor of the reform effort while 53% are at least somewhat opposed.” The survey also stated, “that Opposition has grown from 45% in late June to 49% two weeks ago and 53% today. ”

To read the survey in full, follow this, link.

Cost of Care



The new study conducted by Rasmussen Reports found that,

“Sixty-one percent (61%) of voters nationwide say that cost is the biggest health care problem facing the nation today. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 21% believe the lack of universal health insurance coverage is a bigger problem.

Only 10% believe the quality of care is the top concern, and two percent (2%) point to the inconvenience factor of dealing with the current medical system.”

I don’t know about all the bucket readers out there, but this didn’t come as a surprise to me, of course people have a problem with cost, when the current administration is flushing all the jobs down the toilet. The piece that most intrigued me was the fact that only 21% of the American population thought the lack of universal health care was the problem, and Nancy said the American people were on their side.