By Byron McNutt
DOES ANYONE REALLY think there will be a consensus, bipartisan agreement on the controversial Affordable Care Act (commonly called ObamaCare) anytime in the foreseeable future? Even a compromise that would have 75% support would seem impossible.
A recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey showed 56% of Americans are weary of the fight over healthcare. The survey said 82% of Democrats, 51% of Independents and 26% of Republicans want to move on to other issues. Confusing the issue, 69% of Republicans, 41% of Independents and 14% of Democrats want to see efforts to stop the law continue. Come on, people, good or bad, we need to focus on finding common ground rather than the constant bickering.