From the moment the Democrats began nailing together their Frankenstein socialized medicine bill, the vast majority of Americans rebelled against it. From the Tea Party revolt to the raucous town hall meetings to the 2009 and 2010 Republican victories in Congress and governorships and state houses around the nation, Americans held up their collective hand and said, "Enough!"
President Obama and the Democrats didn't care what the people they're supposed to represent wanted. They steamed ahead, ramming through ObamaCare on a strictly party-line vote and patting themselves on the back for seizing more freedom from the American people.
From the start, ObamaCare has polled badly. Many more people opposed it than supported it. And a big majority always supported its full repeal.
Today, the Washington Post and ABC News released a new poll showing opposition to ObamaCare at a record high (at least for their polling) 53%. Support for it is at a record low of 39%.
The reason for this is two-fold: contrary to the Democrats' hope that the more we saw of this monstrosity, the more we'd like it, the more we see of it (its massive new taxes and regulations, its rationing, its unaccountable government control, its costs, its restrictions on access, its overall destruction of health care), the more we hate it.
And the second reason is that we heard the arguments before the Supreme Court. Even the administration's own lawyers had no real defense for it. The very fact that it's before the Supreme Court is reason enough for most thinking people to realize that ObamaCare is a giant, freedom-sucking, unconstitutional, socialist stinkbomb.
If the Supreme Court doesn't kill it, then we must drive a stake through its heart by electing a Republican president and Congress to strangle this anti-American piece of legislative garbage once and for all.