DELAY THAT HEALTH CARE, PLEASE
The public’s common sense appears to trump White House political posturing: a national poll of 661 registered voters find that seven-out-of-10 say that a one-year delay for Obamacare is a good idea. The numbers: 55 percent of the voters “strongly favor” a delay in enforcing the health care law’s individual mandate, while 15 percent “somewhat favor” it.
Meanwhile, 14 percent “strongly oppose” the delay while 9 percent “somewhat oppose” it. The survey was conducted by Public Opinion Strategy for Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies from Oct. 27-29.
“President Obama’s dramatically incompetent rollout of this law has created a situation where we need to hit the pause button and delay Obamacare for a year,” says Crossroads GPS communications director Jonathan Collegio. “Congress should immediately pass, and the president should sign, a one year delay of this law. To do otherwise would put pride in a failed policy above common sense.”