Americans have voted overwhelmingly against government over the past several elections. They elected Republicans in droves during the 2010, 2014 and 2016 election cycles upon promises made by such Republicans that they would repeal Obamacare.
Studies show that around half of all working Americans are made to pay higher deductibles for medical insurance.
Obamacare has made looking for a job harder.
Without repeal, Obamacare will cost the nation 2 million full-time jobs by 2025, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
As many as 1 million low-wage workers have had their hours cut because their employers needed to evade the Obamacare mandate.