You said it cannot be judged, because "...it hasn't even kicked in. It hasn't even started.". Clearly, you were wrong, a page+ worth of things "have started" or were supposed to start. Taxation is only one portion of the lengthy effects of Obamacare.this is the big tax that is killing the economy. The tanning bed tax.
You base this claim on what? Did you see an Industry Report saying it's being used 90% of the time it's offered and appropriate? Did you see a poll )of more than a dozen (D) voters, saying it's wildly popular?the other common sense part that citizens would hate to lose in a "full repeal" is the less than 26 year olds on the parents health care plans. People are using that all the time, very popular part of the legislation.
I doubt you have any actual source tbh, but frankly it's no suprise that it would be popular. Same as "free cash day" would be popular. Sadly, all those 26 year old "kids" are costing paying customers like me money. I'm paying for their healthcare, and yes, I'm not happy to be having to do so.
It's one of the very worst bills in U.S. History, specificly because of the Mandate as written, one of the most objectionable non-war-related things ever passed by our Government IMO.It's not a perfect bill but it's also not what's wrong with the economy.
But I agree, it's not what's wrong with the economy. It's not much of a help either, but thats beside the point. We won't know it's full breadth of effects till well after it won't matter to Obama one way or the other.