We’ve got this Hill poll: “Half of likely voters expect the Supreme Court to strike down [Obamacare], and strong majorities see other major policies coming from the White House making life more difficult for themselves and the country…” So the polling data continues to be bad, strikingly so, and all of these polls are coming from State-Run Media organizations.

These are from organizations that are entirely invested in Obama’s reelection. They are entirely invested in the notion of an all powerful, growing, command-and-control, socialistic central government. They are all in favor of that. And I think they’re not shying away from publishing the results of their polls because they, too, are scared and they’re trying to light a file under Obama. “Hey, pal, it isn’t working. You’re going to have to find another way.” And don’t forget Stanley Greenberg, some weeks ago now (Dem pollster extraordinaire), told Obama (paraphrased): “If you think you can gain traction by telling people that this economy is roaring back by virtue of whatever you want to say the unemployment numbers are, don’t. Because it isn’t believable.

“The American people are not living in an economy that’s roaring back, and if you tell ’em that it is, it isn’t gonna work.” So, I know, it’s only March, it’s March 19th and it’s a early. But contrary to what people would love to have you believe, this is not the way any of them in the regime had this planned. “Half of likely voters expect the Supreme Court to strike down President Obama’s signature healthcare law…” It’s more than half who want it struck down. This is just 50% who expect it to be struck down. More than that want it to be struck down. “[S]trong majorities see other major policies coming from the White House making life more difficult for themselves and the country, according to this week’s The Hill Poll.

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