Ohio voters support the repeal of ObamaCare by 19 percentage points.

Rasmussen shows that Americans favor the repeal of ObamaCare by a 17-point margin (56 to 39 percent), with 61 percent of independents and 63 percent of seniors favoring repeal.

ObamaCare was pitched largely on the basis that, in exchange for its large price-tag, it would enable people to get out of emergency rooms and into doctors’ offices — but the people who build hospitals say the effect will be exactly the opposite, as they gear up to build more emergency rooms.

After hovering between 12 and 20 percent for the first two months after ObamaCare’s passage, the margin favoring repeal has now jumped to a whopping 31 percent — as 63 percent of Americans now favor repeal while only 32 percent are opposed. 

After 14-straight electoral victories in running for Congress, Alan Mollohan’s career as a representative from West Virginia comes to an abrupt end in the wake of his vote for ObamaCare, as he’s routed in the Democratic primary by a challenger from his right.

“We’re going to do everything we can to make sure this law never, ever goes into effect,” says House Minority Leader John Boehner — as the Republicans also plan to challenge the confirmation of Donald Berwick as the new administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

Newt Gingrich thinks ObamaCare can and should be repealed, but until Americans elect enough ObamaCare opponents to Congress and the White House to bring that about, he says that ObamaCare opponents (almost all of them Republicans) have a duty to use Congress’s power of the purse to deny funding and thereby thwart its implementation.

U.S. voters favor repeal by a wide margin.

“[Explaining the health care law is] just like trying to explain the Encyclopedia Britannica.”