Come on, he had it coming. If only for those sideburns.
Fun stuff, although I would have liked to see the reactions if he’d shown up wearing an SEIU shirt. He’s a big guy; he certainly looks the part. Besides, if you believe Rasmussen, there are an awful lot of un-Americans out there who need some union-style “convincing”: Fully 57 percent oppose single-payer health care compared to just 32 percent who support it.
Fifty-two percent (52%) believe such a system would lead to a lower quality of care while 13% believe care would improve. Twenty-seven percent (27%) think that the quality of care would remain about the same.
Forty-five percent (45%) also say a single-payer system would lead to higher health care costs while 24% think lower costs would result. Nineteen percent (19%) think prices would remain about the same.
There’s wide political disagreement over the single-payer issue. Sixty-two percent (62%) of Democrats favor a single-payer system, but 87% of Republicans are opposed to one. As for those not affiliated with either major party, 22% favor a single-payer approach while 63% are opposed.
That’s not the only bad news for The One from Rasmussen today, either. As for Crowder, he’ll be debuting this nationally tonight on Hannity at 9 p.m. Tune in for the harrowing true story of how he made it out alive.