Okay, then, let's say it was bad - people losing their jobs, more and more people having to work part-time, some people with waivers and exemptions and others not, and the CBO saying it will bankrupt the country - would you support RepubliCare then?<quoted text>
If it was good, sure. I liked Bush's Medicare expansion, passed by a Repugnant Congress, which you nitwits refer to as 'creeping socialism'.
THe ACA was designed to help Americans. How you can be against that proves you're crazy.
If anything, you should work to improve it as necessary. Your side has wasted 3 years pretending it will go away.
It hasn't and it won't. It is becoming more hardwired into our national health care system by the day. It's not just about insurance, you nitwit. The technology and measurement items will help insure better outcomes for all by measuring what works and what doesn't, on a large scale, providing the sort of information patients have never before encountered.
There is so much good in this bill, but you haven't a clue.
You've been fed your marching orders by those who manipulate the weak minded.
Would you want a Republican president and a Republican written and passed legislation forcing you to do something against your will without one Democrat on board because they thought they knew best?
Would you want RepubliCare if the majority of Americans did not want it and Republicans who wrote it said it was going to be a disaster?
Answer all three questions respectively please.