Voters are Sick and Tired of Congress’ Health Care Debates

July 12, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Are you tired of the endless displays of partisan politics? Do you “think Congress—especially the House—is a bunch of fools…, like characters out of ‘Saturday Night Live’.”? Apparently you’re not alone. Recent polls indicate that Americans’ opinions regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), aka “Obamacare,” have shifted very little over time—despite the recent Supreme Court decision (mostly) upholding the law and numerous repeal attempts by Republicans.

Most people are generally aware that the law is not without its flaws, but poll after poll indicates that it’s supported by a majority of Americans. That hasn’t stopped Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives from trying to repeal it, however—an astounding 33 times as of this writing! And, according to this CNN article, Americans are sick and tired of the endless debates about health care and disgusted that Congress can’t seem to get together to pass legislation that will be of meaningful benefit to citizens.

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