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Minutes so the president wrapping up a short time ago with his reaction to the supreme court's ruling on Health Care Reform calling it.
A victory for the American people Peter Barnes is at the white house with the very latest Peter.
Well that's right Gloria was a victory lap for the president here today.
-- today but it wasn't necessarily.
A victory lap before another very important day.
Election Day November 6 while the president may have one.
The day in court at the Supreme Court with this decision polls show that he hasn't won over voters yet.
On this issue and on the value of his Health Care Reform -- take a look at this -- yesterday from Fox News 49% of the people out there.
Say they oppose the law just 39% say they support itself in his remarks here for about ten minutes the president.
Outlined a laundry list of benefits.
For a particular voters -- Health Care Reform law such as far.
Parents who may have older children who are unemployed living at home -- under the law and they can stay on their parents insurance up to age at 26.
That is a very popular provision.
-- the president's Health Care Reform law and just before that we heard governor Romney say that he also supports that provision but.
Not much else about the law take -- listen.
A lot of coverage through this health care debate has focused on what it means political.
Well it should be pretty clear by now that I didn't do this because it was good politics.
I did it because I believed it was good for the country.
I disagree with the supreme court's decision.
And I agree with the descent.
What the court did not do.
Audits last stay in session.
I will do on my first day if elected president of the United States.
But house Republicans want to take a crack at this before then they say they plan to bring up bring up a vote.
A -- legislation to repeal the president's Health Care Reform law on July 11.
-- Yet no way is this a done deal -- -- -- thank you so much Peter --
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