Yesterday, the voters of Missouri said "NO", and it was not close:
"About 71 percent of Missouri voters backed a ballot measure, Proposition C, that would prohibit the government from requiring people to have health insurance or from penalizing them for not having it." (AP)
What does it mean, specially after Virginia won a legal battle against BO-Care this week?
It means that opposition to BO-Care is strong, as so many polls have confirmed: 57% Say Health Care Plan Bad For the Country, 59% Favor Repeal
What else is wrong?
We never had a thoughtful debate about BO-Care.
It was rushed through by Congress and sealed by corrupt deals made with Democrat Senators, such as the Cornhusker deal for Missouri and the one for Louisiana.
Last, but not least, Americans are smarter than the Democrats. Americans understand that you do not improve anything by turning it over to the federal government.
P.S. By the way, Arizona and Oklahoma have already scheduled similar votes in November!