At National Review, Rich Lowry is grumpy:
Over at PowerLine, John Hinderaker makes a great catch: CNN describes the Arizona immigration law as "polarizing." John asks why the health-care bill was never described that way, even though it too brought protestors into the streets and was actually, in contrast to the Arizona bill, opposed by most people? To ask the question is to answer it.
I sent Mr. Lowry a note:
A Google search for "health care bill polarizing" gets 476,000 results.
A GoogleNews search for the same term gets more than 600 results.
You say that "to ask the question is to answer it," but trying to answer it might've provided you a different result.