Today as ABC runs it’s “All Obama, All Day” programing dedicating huge chunks of its broadcast day to push the Presidents Health Care Reform – which I and many dub ObamaCare™ there is growing opposition to the presidents plan from all quarters including his own party.

A major issue most people are becoming very weary of is the continued lie’s the president has repeating a) that you can keep your own doctor and b) that the Public Option is competitive and levels the playing field.

I created a video today that addresses b) above:

Here’s ABC’s program schedule:

– Charlie Gibson will broadcast ABC Nightly News from the Blue Room at the White House

– A special edition of “Primetime” will air at 9 p.m. central time from the White House.

– “Good Morning America” will interview Obama, with a card-carrying member of the Obama Fan Club, Diane Sawyer, playing host. (Gee, wonder if she’ll ask Obama any tough questions. Maybe she’ll ask how “Bo” is getting along in the White House…or if Michelle has been shopping lately…)

– “Nightline”, “Top Line”, and “World News” will all dedicate special programming time to the President’s plans for health care reform.

What we know so far:

– the President will answer questions from the audience that have been pre-selected by ABC news.

– ABC news is NOT allowing Republicans to offer an opposing viewpoint or response to Obama’s presentation.

– ABC is refusing to accept paid advertising from conservative groups that want to offer an alternative viewpoint regarding the White House health care plans. This is unprecedented – a television station turning down advertising revenue!

Rick Scott, Chairman of Conservatives for Patients Rights adds

It is unfortunate – and unusual – that ABC is refusing to accept paid advertising that would present an alternative viewpoint for the White House healthcare event. Healthcare is an issue that touches every American… The American people deserve a healthy, robust debate on this issue and ABC’s decision – as of now – to exclude even paid advertisements that present an alternative view does a disservice to the public.

Don Surber has a great post today detailing, what I think is one of the more honest polls on this issue, a Washington Post poll that points out Most Want Health Reform But Fear Its Side Effects

The Washington Post-ABC News poll’s key findings:

7. Generally speaking, would you say you favor (smaller government with fewer services), or (larger government with more services)? 54% smaller. 41% larger. (Biggest gap in favor of smaller government in 7 years.)

15. For each specific item I name, please tell me whether you are very satisfied with it, somewhat satisfied, somewhat dissatisfied or very dissatisfied.

The quality of the health care you receive: 83% satisfied, 16% dissatisfied.

Your health insurance coverage (84% have it): 81% satisfied, 19% dissatisfied.

How concerned are you, if at all, that current efforts to reform the health care system will [ITEM] – very concerned, somewhat concerned, not too concerned, or not at all concerned?

Reduce the quality of health care you receive: 81% concerned, 18% not

Reduce your health insurance coverage: 82% convcerned, 17% not.

Increase your health care costs: 84% concerned, 9% not.

Increase government bureaucracy in the health care system: 78% concerned, 19% not.

Limit your choices of doctors or treatments: 79% concerned, 20% not.

Sharply increase the federal deficit: 84% concerned, 8% not.

22. (HALF SAMPLE) Would you support or oppose a federal tax on health insurance benefits people receive through their employer if those benefits cost more than

17-thousand dollars a year? 24% support, 70% oppose.

26. Just your best guess, if the health care system is changed, do you think the quality of your health care will get (better), get (worse), or remain about the same? 16% better, 31% worse, 50% same.

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