Six months ago Nancy Pelosi promised Democrats would "stand tall" for ObamaCare. But as November elections near, more Democrats want to pretend ObamaCare never happened. And for good reason.
Last month President Obama lied again saying debate about the law was over because it was such a huge success because 8 million people allegedly signed up for coverage.
A few million may have signed up but only a fraction of that number had actually paid for the coverage.
The latest AP poll shows support for ObamaCare at a pathetic 28% — which is near the all-time low for this poll. And just 17% say they "strongly support" the law, also near the poll's all-time low.
Meanwhile, 32% say they "strongly oppose" the law, which is higher than the share who said that when the ObamaCare exchanges first opened last October.
Worse for Democrats, it appears voters in states with competitive Senate races and districts with tight House races are even more distraught over the law.