Why Dying may be more popular than you might think …


Fifth Column Treasonous Media Marxist Useless Imbecile Chris Cillizza pulls up his big boy pants to do some heavy lying err, lifting in the propaganda wars to defend Barack Insane Obama and the Obamanation Administrations signature legislation.

Polling makes one thing very clear: President Obama’s health care law still isn’t very popular. And yet, there are signs that it may be taking hold more strongly among Americans than you might think given those numbers.

Consider:

* A USA Today survey of 19 states that will use the Obamacare insurance exchanges projects that 8.5 million people will sign up for them, above the 7 million person estimate for all 50 states provided by the Congressional Budget Office.

* Efforts by conservatives to push the party to link defunding Obamacare to keeping the government running have been met with considerable resistance within the GOP.

Hey Chris, news flash you brain dead immoral reprobate, 100 percent of the population will eventually die, that’s a 100 percent participation rate, yet, strangely enough, it doesn’t make dying particularly popular. Less than 25% of the American population are Liberals, while greater than 40 percent are conservatives. Of that 24% that are liberal, less than 5% are actual Marxists. Yes, Obamacare is a Marxist healthcare system that only an sociopathic criminal, an ignorant fool or a Marxist could possibly love.

Another genuine news flash for you Chris you lying sack of excrement, the following statement is 100 percent propaganda, ” A USA Today survey of 19 states that will use the Obamacare insurance exchanges projects that 8.5 million people will sign up for them”. It’s all right there in the word “Projects” you imbecile. A projection is at very best, an educated guess. More importantly, at last count, their were 50 states in the United States, not 19.

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