Even those that blindly supported Obamacare, such as unions and religious organizations, are learning how destructive it is. Unions think it will destroy the 40 hour workweek. Those that passed it wouldn’t dream of being covered by it. Sarah Palin was obviously right about the “death panels.” And so on.
Mark Steyn does a great takedown of it in Obamacare’s Hierarchy of Privilege:
It requires a perverse genius to construct a “health” “care” “reform” that destroys everything from religious liberty to full-time employment, while requiring multitudes of new tax collectors and other bureaucrats and ever fewer doctors and nurses. The parallel public/private systems of Continental Europe cost about 10 percent of GDP. The Obamacare monstrosity blends all the worst aspects of a private system (bureaucracy, restricted access, co-pays) with all the worst aspects of a government system (bureaucracy, restricted access, IRS agents) and sucks up twice as much GDP, ever less of which is spent on “health care” and ever more on the intervening layers of third, fourth, fifth, and sixth parties.