Would support of Universal Healthcare increase if money wasn't an issue?
My feeling is that many if not all the people of the Right would still be against Healthcare for everyone if it included the poor.
I think that money is the only real issue, other examples given are only to cover up that the politician doesn't want to foot any bills. I'm for health care, look at Hawaii, they have had health care and they turned out just fine... poor or not, they are treated without questioning if they can or cannot pay immediately.
I don't think support would increase dramatically. Perhaps a small increase as there is real worries over the cost of this new entitlement program. I don't think it would sway those who are against the Health Care Bill for other reasons.
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