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Americans Say: Don’t Pass Bad Health Care “Reform”
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The American people seem to be getting it.  They don’t want Congress to pass anything just to pass something.

Explains Rasmussen Reports:

Thirty-five percent (35%) of American voters say passage of the bill currently working its way through Congress would be better than not passing any health care reform legislation this year. However, a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that most voters (54%) say no health care reform passed by Congress this year would be the better option.

This does not mean that most voters are opposed to health care reform. But it does highlight the level of concern about the specific proposals that Congressional Democrats have approved in a series of Committees. To this point, there has been no Republican support for the legislative effort although the Senate Finance Committee is still attempting to seek a bi-partisan solution.

We need real health care reform, not a federal takeover of health care.

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