Thursday, February 25, 2010

Before The Summit, A Quick Look At The Scoreboard

As the Democrats break the health-care huddle for the last time and head to the line of scrimmage for what most everyone believes will be the final play of the game, let's take a look at the score, and field position as well:

ObamaCare: Support/Oppose

Rasmussen: 41/56
Newsweek: 40/49
Public Policy Polling: 39/50
Pew: 38/50
Quinnipiac: 35/54
Ipsos/McClatchy: 37/51
NBC/WSJ: 31/46
CNN: 38/58
NPR: 39/55

Time for a desperation play, and the home team is counting on the strong arm of their quarterback - well, everyone said he had a strong arm, but we really never saw him use it much, and now that we think about it...hmmm.... - to win the game with a Hail-Mary touchdown pass.

Maybe in a fairy tale. But not today.

Unless, of course, the home team uses its advantage to change the rules, maybe cheat a little bit, you know, to properly...reconcile the score?

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