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The Public Still Isn’t Happy About Health Care

So much for getting a big boost out of the health care bill.  Reports the Washington Post:

Shifts among core constituencies suggest that President Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) may have reaped some benefit from the legislation’s passage, but the public’s take on the Democratic Party has not budged, and Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid (Nev.) appears to be losing popularity. None of the central players in passing health-care reform appears to be winning favor with the bill’s opponents.

Poor Harry Reid.  He’s not just treading water.  He’s going down in popularity.  Couldn’t happen to a less worthy public “servant.”

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