If history is a guide (and it always is), then Obama's failure to sell healthcare to America will be its undoing. Legislation this big, legislation that touches every American like this one does, legislation so close to the edge of Constitutionality, would have to have the support of the populace before it could succeed. Not only has The One failed to convince us of the benefits of this monstrous abomination we lovingly refer to as "Obamacare", but indeed, 59% of Americans are now calling for its full repeal. That is a very large number.
I understand we are supposed to be a Republic, a land governed by the rule of law rather than a Democracy, a land ruled by the majority, but without the support of the majority, Obamacare will be a tough row to hoe. National Review printed a positive article by Jeffrey H Anderson, entitled "Critical Condition" that discusses where Obamacare went wrong and how Republicans, Independants, and disaffected Democrats can come together to get this thing tossed out. It won't be easy, but if we stay engaged, it can and should be done. Label me, "not sold on Obamacare" (or Socialism, or nuclear weakness, or fiscal irresponsibility, or liars, or bashing Israel, or....).