It's still here so it hasn't failed yet:<quoted text>
Nice try, but like Obama Care, it failed.
I asked what did "I" say that was bull ship, not what few in my party has said. I don't speak for everybody in my party no more than you do for yours. I'm not about to ask you why so-and-so said this or that. If I call you out, it's something you said. Now if I bring up what others in your party have said, it's because you stick up for them no matter what.
When the opposition declared that the ACA was going to be "Obama's Waterloo", then of course there wasn't going to be any support. Plus, sensible 'repubs' were under the threat of primary for even voicing support for the law. That said, their are Republican fingerprints all over this law, so they got the best of both worlds. They got to influence it and say they were against it at the same time.
The only difference is, when Democrats don't like who's running the government, they vow to get out the vote in the next election to try to get their candidates in office. GOTP'rs start crying, stamping their feet, and swearing they will shutdown and overthrow the government if it doesn't get what they want.