"If Obamacare is so great then why are so many against it"<quoted text>
If Obamacare is so great then why are so many against it? Nothing in life is free. Healthcare cost what healthcare cost. If millions get free healthcare or at least at a reduced rate someone has to pick up all or the rest of the tab. It will be those who the government deems has enough disposable income to afford it whether or not they actually do have enough to afford it. Then you pile higher income taxes on that to pay for the out of control spending and it leaves middle America in the same poverty boat as the poor in this country. The healthcare is just like the rest of Obama's policies, if it was a success the economy would show it. The Jobs Recovery Act would have put people back to work and unemployment would not be on the rise again but it didn't and it is. So what does our president say to calm fears? "I guess the shovel ready jobs weren't as shovel ready as we expected", and he wonders why people have no confidence in his policies. Businesses do what they always do when things are uncertain, they go into self preservation mode and minimize expenses. The easiest expense to eliminate is labor. What is the democratic government's counter to this? Higher taxes on businesses and the wealthy. All this does is cause businesses to tighten up more. This type of governing hurts the middle class the most because they mostly work for someone else and the raised taxes are taken directly out of their checks leaving no power to the working middle class to control how much money they get to keep. This is when liberal democrats go into coverup mode by creating bad feelings between the employer and employee with class warfare. It's what is currently happening and it is just another reason to get Obama out of office. The means may change but the principles of success remain the same so your argument that voting for Obama keeps you from getting "mired" in the past doesn't hold water. But keep telling yourself that if it makes you feel better.
The poll finds that 40 percent of those surveyed said they support the law, while 41 percent oppose it. Just after the November congressional elections, opposition stood at 47 percent and support was 38 percent.
Kaiser's most recent survey, conducted in early March, finds that roughly as many Americans rate the law favorably (41 percent) as rate it unfavorably (40 percent), although over the last year they have typically found negative ratings exceeding positive ones by a few percentage points.
You might ask yourself, If Obamacare is so BAD then why are so many FOR it?