Posted by: maboulette | January 7, 2017

Republican Congresswoman’s Twitter Poll on Obamacare Didn’t Go Very Well For Her


poll-on-heathcare

A Twitter poll by Obamacare foe Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., on whether the health-care law should be repealed backfired big-time Wednesday as lots more people — a whole lot more people — tweeted “No,” rather than “Yes.”

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Blackburn posted the poll Tuesday, asking people their views on repeal, and requesting that they retweet their support for killing Obamacare if they favored repeal.

REPLACEMENT

She also asked in that tweet what people want to see as a replacement for the Affordable Care Act.

Marsha Blackburn

✔ @MarshaBlackburn

Do you support the repeal of Obamacare? RT if you do, and share what you want to see as the replacement.

9:47 AM – 3 Jan 2017

16%Yes

84%No

 

When the poll closed Wednesday, a whopping 84 percent of the nearly 8,000 votes were for “No” on the question of repeal.

WHITE HOUSE PRESS SEC

The Hill.com noted that Blackburn’s cause probably wasn’t helped by the fact that White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz retweeted the poll Tuesday to his more than 23,000 Twitter followers.

OBAMA

Schultz’s boss, President Barack Obama , lists the ACA as his signature legislative achievement, and on Wednesday visited Capitol Hill to encourage his fellow Democrats to defend it against Republican repeal-and-replace efforts.

TRUMP

Also Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump , who has repeatedly called for the repeal of the ACA, warned his fellow Republicans in several tweets to “be careful” how they handle the issue. Trump’s tweets said Democrats “own” the “mess” and “disaster” of Obamacare, implying that if Republicans repeal-and-replace efforts lead to spikes in uninsured rates and premium prices, they too could suffer political fallout.

If they vote out Obamacare over 20 million people will not have healthcare again.  United States is the only country in the free world that doesn’t provide some sort of heathcare for their citizens.

 

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