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Obama: “You will love ObamaCare”. Missouri: “Take your Obamacare and shove it!”

obamafacepalmOh yeah, Obama.  We just needed to learn more about the joys of Socialist Healthcare before we started to love it.

Or not…  71% of Missouri disagrees.

Let me repeat that.  71% of Missouri votes to stop Obamacare71% of Missouri told Obama to get bent!

It looks like Missouri made it perfectly clear:

  2. Republicans are a lot more fired up than Democrats
  3. November is going to SUCK for Dems if Republicans come out to vote 2-1 like they did for this vote.

Thank you Missouri.  We are glad you stepped up and said “WE ARE NOT A SOCIALIST NATION”.  And the rest of you, look at this and realize that we need to win in November.

One meme had materialized over the last couple of weeks that ObamaCare had begun to get more popular with voters.  Using a couple of carefully-selected media polls, the White House had started this claim and the press seemed willing to ignore the avalanche of other polling showing that solid majorities favor repeal of the overhaul and the candidates who argue for repeal.  That meme died in Missouri, where almost three-quarters of the voters who came to the polls cast votes for a largely symbolic measure repudiating one of ObamaCare’s key provisions:

Missouri voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly rejected a federal mandate to purchase health insurance, rebuking President Barack Obama’s administration and giving Republicans their first political victory in a national campaign to overturn the controversial health care law passed by Congress in March.

“The citizens of the Show-Me State don’t want Washington involved in their health care decisions,” said Sen. Jane Cunningham, R-Chesterfield, one of the sponsors of the legislation that put Proposition C on the August ballot. She credited a grass-roots campaign involving Tea Party and patriot groups with building support for the anti-Washington proposition.

With most of the vote counted, Proposition C was winning by a ratio of nearly 3 to 1. The measure, which seeks to exempt Missouri from the insurance mandate in the new health care law, includes a provision that would change how insurance companies that go out of business in Missouri liquidate their assets. …

HotAir – Missouri pops the ObamaCare-media bubble

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