That's not inconsistent with the poll, which reports that although there are still SOME moderate/conservative Democrats who support ObamaCare, the numbers have dropped WAY OFF since the legislation was passed. The thrust of the poll demonstrates that even among all categories of Democrats, support for ObamaCare is far less now than it was in 2010, and it has been steadlily dropping. (The characterization "far left" was made by The Weekly Standard article writer. I incorporated it into my blog title.)
Sebe, Obamacare is more popular than Congress. The right is doing everything they can to stop people from supporting Obamacare but it will back fire..People are tired of the Grand Opposition Party.
I thought people were tired of getting the shaft from pretty much any legislation he has championed. As for supporting his intent, I guess that is not a bad thing but please keep in mind that good intnentions are just that. Good intentions that are not actionable.
Saying that ObamaCare is more popular than Congress is not saying much. The facts are that ObamaCare's "popularity" has been dropping and continues to do so. Only the "far left" (self-described "liberal" Democrats) - according to the cited poll - still strongly support ObamaCare. The support from EVERYBODY ELSE is eroding fast.
People are beginning to realize that while ObamaCare MAY help less than 15% of the population (maybe) - it SCREWS the other 85+% one way or another. It was bad legislation when proposed; it was bad legislation when RAHM-ed through Congress; and it is still bad legislation.
....and speaking of the "far left" - here's a self-described member who - IMHO - made this world a better place by leaving it. I usually urge everybody else to allow the dead to R.I.P., but I think this one should served a little time in Purgatgory.
...and now even the union for the Infernal Revenue Service doesn't want to have anything to do with ObamaCare:
...and even "call centers staffed to help implement ObamaCare" will be staffed mostly part-time with schedules designed to avoid having to provide health care for the employees. According to the article at the link provided below:
"One recent hire (for the call center), who last week learned the job would be part-time, said the new "intermittent" employees feel like they've been used as a political tool, and many now regret applying for the positions.
"What's really ironic is working for a call center and trying to help people get health care, but we can't afford it ourselves," said the worker, who asked for anonymity out of fear of losing the job. The county says it had been telling the public and supervisors all along that some positions would be full-time and some part-time. However, portions of staff reports list all 204 jobs as full-time, and a job posting said the same."
So now they're evening lying to prospective employees to entice them to work for the ObamaCare propaganda machine.