Over and over again you keep repeating the false claim that "the majority were and still are against" the Affordable Care Act. It's an out and out lie. "<quoted text>
Just answer this question. If it's possible you can give a thoughtful answer, I mean.
Would you expect Democrats to sit quietly by and cave in to Republicans' demands if they refused to negotiate a law passed strictly on a Republican partisan vote of which the majority were and still are against and with unintended unfavorable consequences?
You do know Democrats have shutdown the government numerous times in the past and negotiations on the part of Republicans ended them?
Republicans would have never excluded Democrats from having any input or tweaking a law of this magnitude by refusing to negotiate in the first place. And Republicans would have never passed a law of this magnitude on a strictly partisan vote without one Democrat on board.
I know that was a lot to digest but just try and answer the first question.
These are the facts:
"Only 33 percent believe that the health law should be repealed, delayed, or defunded. 29 percent believe that Congress should make changes to improve the law, 26 percent believe that Congress should let the law take effect and see what happens, and 12 percent believe that the law should be expanded."