Monday, February 22, 2010

Pushing a losing agenda

After he sounded moderate during his State of the Union address, polls showed a sharp rise in Pres. Obama's popularity. Now that he is once again pushing Obamacare, the post-SotU address bounce has disappeared:Rasmussen says that Pres. Obama's current, as of Sunday, net approval (strongly approve minus strongly disapprove) is -19%, the second lowest on record. The only lower number, -21%, was from last December 22 just as the Senate was about to force through, on a pure party-line vote, its health care takeover bill.

UPDATE: As of Monday, 22-Feb-2010, the net approval remains unchanged at Sunday's -19.

SEPARATELY, John Hinderaker reports that the Obama administration is considering, as a way of financing their deficits, a government takeover of your 401(k).

PREVIOUSLY on Obama's unpopular agenda:
The Obama enigma
An encounter with the Ideologue-in-Chief
Democrats' stealth plan to resuscitate Obamacare
Those who want to go done with the ship: Obamacare Dead-enders
Obamacare may raise insurance costs by 54%
Harvard's Dean of Medicine opposes Obamacare
How good is Canadan health care?
Rahm Emanuel explains that they are not even trying have Obamacare make sense
Harvard economist explains why Obamacare will raise premiums
HHS says Obamacare will cause costs to go up and cause employers to drop coverage
To protest Obamacare, San Francisco holds a sick-in
Polls say majority of voters oppose Obamacare
Obama wants to kill your mother!
VP Biden offers medical advice
"The Post Office, with scalpels"
Dems oppose affordable medicine
Socialized medicine in Japan: Baby dies after 8 hospitals refuse to admit mother
The Canadian health care collapse
Canadian official: "the system is imploding"
Canadian MP flies to US for treatment

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