Originally Posted by AK Gandy
How many of those opposed, are so because they don't think it went far enough?
Why do you think the Repub's haven't even tried to repeal/unfund it yet?
Wasn't that their rallying cry and first order of business?
One of the first bills the Republican controlled House passed was a repeal of Obamacare. Harry Reid has blocked consideration in the Senate just as he refused to let the Senate consider the House 2011 continuing resolution with much larger spending cuts than the final compromise.
If you expect to be taken seriously, you really need to use something besides one persons opinion.
If you want to be taken seriously you'll have to come up with something better than a "consensus" of economists based on some phoney number of jobs "saved" just exactly how is a saved job determined? No one knows so any number will do.
Of course the bond brokers are going to argue for more Federal deficit spending to "help" the economy, just don't look too carefully at the commissions they receive or their alumni calling the shots in the Administration. They are only interested in what's best for us and their bonuses, not necessarily in that order.