Be warned: this is just the latest in my occasional ongoing series I think I'll call, "How the hell hasn't this made the evening news?"

And maybe this will surprise absolutely no one, but apparently the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is now less popular with the American public than ever before.

"According to the NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 49 percent of Americans say the law is a bad idea, the highest number recorded on this question since the poll began asking it in 2009," we reported here earlier this month. "Just 37 percent say the PPACA is a good idea.

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