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Published: Wednesday, Jan. 19 2011 4:30 a.m. MST

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bodgerdlue
Kearns, UT

"A recent Associated Press-GfK survey found a 43 percent plurality wants the law changed so that it does more to re-engineer the health care system. About one in four said it should be repealed completely. Fewer than one in five in the AP poll said the law should be left as it is and 10 percent want to change it to do less."

So by my math that means 43% want the law to be changed to make it STRONGER, 20% want it left as is, 25% want it repealed completely and 10% want it to be made weaker.

So that means that 63% of Americans want a healthcare bill that is the same or stronger. And at best only 35% of Americans want a weaker bill, or no bill at all.

But you know, the Republicans are doing the will of the majority of the minority of Americans that think the healthcare bill is too much...

My2Cents
Kearns, UT

When the house does repeal this obamacare plan, how can the Senate ignore this and the wish of 60% of the american people to not repeal it as well? The House says they want to rebuild a plan that will not bankrupt the country and I know they can do it so it won't cost taxpayers even a one time cost of a million dollars.

All we can do is wait and see how destructive the senate and democrats want to be with our economy.

CHS 85
Sandy, UT

What a complete waste of time. How much time and money is being spent to send a message?

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