Yes! By calling the mandate as a tax, Roberts gave Republicans a chance to repeal Obamacare w/reconciliation.
48% (20 votes)
No! A new Reuters poll shows support for Obamacare growing since the Supreme Court ruling.
52% (22 votes)
Total votes: 42

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dianhow 2 years 24 weeks ago

Maybe Depends on the election IF Mitt & T Bagger congress wins Middle class - education SS - old sick -disabled ALL lose big

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arky12 2 years 24 weeks ago

I voted yes because I read yesterday that they're already calling for a vote on July 11. They aren't even waiting for the election to see if they gain a Senate majority. I think it's mostly a political ploy, but it's disgusting all the same.

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