No doubt, the tensions at the White House, the U.S. Capitol, the state legislatures, the doctors’ offices, hospitals, insurance agencies and certainly in the homes are mounting. The health care law, the Patient Portability and Affordable Care Act or derisively, Obamacare, whatever one wants to call it is making everyone nervous.
Everyone seems to have an interest and an opinion as to whether the law is constitutional or good for the economy or good for the democracy or even good politics.
While large populations on both sides of the issue want the legislation to be either held constitutional or just the opposite, unconstitutional, some are hoping the Justices will find some middle ground keeping some of the popular provisions such as pre-existing illnesses.
So, with time ticking and the political lines drawn, with Fox News and MSNBC both auditioning their talking points depending upon how the majority of the court should rule, now that the health care law has become more understandable and perhaps more palpable, how do you believe the Supreme Court should do in rendering its monumental decision?
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Who do you prefer–Democrat Barack Obama versus Republican Mitt Romney for President?
That is the choice millions of voters will decide this November but why not begin to take a stand, today, online.
Meanwhile, here are some of the recent poll findings from across the nation:
From Washington Times
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is seen as more ‘mainstream’ than President Barack Obama according to a Rasmussen poll posted on Sunday morning:
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely U.S. Voters finds that 52% say it’s more accurate to describe the putative Republican nominee’s views as mainstream, while 30% regard them as extreme. Eighteen percent (18%) are undecided.
When it comes to the president’s political views, 45% of voters say they’re in the mainstream, but an identical 45% say it’s more accurate to describe them as extreme.
This same poll, however, showed that voters are equally divided over whether or not they would consider Mr. Obama’s politics “mainstream or extreme.” Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential tracking poll for Sunday shows Mitt Romney with 48 percent of the of the vote with Obama four points behind at 44 percent.
Six weeks into Gallup’s Daily tracking of the U.S. presidential election, the race remains highly stable, both overall and within demographic groups. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are tied, 46% to 46%, among the more than 9,000 registered voters interviewed from May 7-27, exactly as they were in the previous three-week period.
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Obama vs. Romney Poll