Regular readers know that 'Puter thinks health care is not a right. 'Puter further defies you to show him where in the Constitution "health care" is mentioned, let alone "privacy" or "abortion." But, back on point, 'Puter does not think there is a debate that it is desirable for the greatest number of Americans to have the best health care available.
The fighting and screaming and craziness surrounding this fustercluck called ObamaCare revolves around two issues: (1) who provides the health care and (2) how is health care paid for.
ObamaCare will result in health care (1) provided by the government through private crowd-out and (2) paid for by taxpayers. Americans instinctively know this and want to discuss it before signing on. Democrats, in an oddly tone deaf manner (or a sign of the recognized inherent weakness of their position) refuse to discuss the matter. Additionally, the Democrats insist that anyone who disagrees with ObamaCare is unpatriotic, unAmerican or crazy.
Not exactly a plan for victory.