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| Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
September 14-15, 2009 Are most people who oppose the President’s health care plan doing so because they are racist?
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- ObamaCare – Oy, What a Mess! (barbarany_9.blogspot.com)
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- Something off my chest……..Health care will never be fixed by Lawyers (thegenesherpa.blogspot.com)
- He Lied to You, Suckers! (barbarany_9.blogspot.com)
Writing in the New York Times last month, President Barack Obama asked that Americans “talk with one another, and not over one another” as our health-care debate moves forward. I couldn’t agree more. Let’s engage the other side’s arguments, and let’s allow Americans to decide for themselves whether the Democrats’ health-care proposals should become governing law.
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