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Democrat Pollster: “There may well be no single initiative as unpopular as the administration’s health care reform bill.”

Ouch.

Despite lofty predictions that a broad-based Democratic constituency would be activated by the health care reform bill, recent polling shows that the bill has been a disaster for the party — with near 60 percent of voters saying that they oppose the measure. In recent months, as voters express anger across-the-board with Washington, there may well be no single initiative as unpopular as the administration’s health care reform bill.

Apologists will claim that hatred for the plan is because there’s no public option. Damn right there isn’t. Obama and had gigantic Democrat majorities could have put one in, but the CBO just didn’t have a stove big enough to cook the books on the cost of that monstrosity. Even if we could afford to spend two or three trillion on health care, ObamaCare would still suck. Now, it sucks and we can’t afford it. Remind me why this POS passed again?

Privatization, baby. That's the ticket.

Hat Tip: NRO.

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