It looks like the top issue this November may just be repeal of anything the Democrats ram through. With public opinion running very much against the Democrat’s Health Reform bills, the Republican Campaigns will no doubt continue to keep this unpopular legislation in the public eye.
The voters that have their Health Insurance disrupted by the Democratic push to control Health Care will be in a mood to vote out anyone that votes for reform when 76% currently like their coverage.
According to the Washington Examiner
GOP must vow repeal if Obamacare passes
March 1, 2010
Among the most perplexing aspects of the Obamacare debate has been the apparent determination of Democrats to approve the proposal no matter what the consequences might be for their party come November and regardless of the growing public opposition to it. Were there not something radically wrong in the contemporary political system, President Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid would realize the time had come to back off, heed the clearly documented public will and adopt a more moderate position. Instead, they plunge forward, vowing to “go it alone” with only Democrat votes to pass Obamacare if necessary.
And The Hill reports:
Sen. Alexander says GOP will campaign on repealing healthcare reform
Republicans will campaign on repealing Democrats’ healthcare bill this year, a member of the Senate GOP leadership said Monday.
Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), the third-ranking Senate Republican and chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, said his party would head into this year’s midterm elections with a pledge to repeal the healthcare bill before Congress.
“I think that’s exactly right,” Alexander said during an interview on Fox News when asked if Republicans would spend all of 2010 on a campaign to repeal healthcare reform.