Originally Posted By: Dow
all right, I'll dig some up. (The time I spend on it may end up reducing my profit in my entertainment industry related business, though! tongue2)

and I'll provide the links, suggest you start doing the same, esp in regards to your claims that people in this country don't want health care reform

You are kidding ... right????

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation
March 2009 http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/03/19/health.care.poll/index.html
Most Americans like their health care coverage but are not happy with the overall cost of health care, a national poll shows.

CNN/Opinion Research Corporation
December 10,2009
CNN Poll: 61% of Americans Oppose Health Care Bill

NBC News / Wall Street Journal
Posted on MSNBC
December 16. 2009
The latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that those believing President Obama's health-reform plan is a good idea has sunk to its lowest level. Just 32 percent say it's a good idea, versus 47 percent who say it's a bad idea.

NBC poll
Agust 18, 2009
A plurality believes Obama’s health plan would worsen the quality of health care, a result that is virtually unchanged from last month’s NBC/Wall Street Journal poll. What’s more, only four in 10 approve of the president’s handling of the issue, which also is unchanged from July.

Zogby International
July 16, 2009
The year's biggest survey on healthcare reveals most Americans oppose the very reforms that President Obama is trying to push through Congress.

Zogby International
September 15, 2009
Americans overwhelmingly oppose Obamacare on key points
“A resounding 75 percent of respondents said that taxes should not be raised to fund a government-run health insurance program for Americans who do not have health insurance.”

Rasmussen Reports
December 14, 2009
40% Support Health Care Plan, 56% Oppose It

Rasmussen Reports
December 18, 2009
Fifty-seven percent (57%) of voters nationwide say that it would be better to pass no health care reform bill this year instead of passing the plan currently being considered by Congress.