I put "disastrous" in quotes because every time I hear something like this, I wonder, what, exactly is the disaster that has occurred because of Obama's health plan?
I'm not talking about some courts that have said the mandate part of the law may be unconstitutional. I disagree with everyone being obliged to get health are, whether or not they want it, too. But that's hardly a "disaster" - it's just a part of the law that I and many disagree with.
To say the law has been a disaster would indicate, I would think, that one of more patients or people needing medical care died or got or remained very ill due to some application of the health law. Or maybe that a doctor went bankrupt or had to give up her or his practice as a result of the law. Or a hospital had to close. Or a business of any sort had to shut down because it could not meet some provision of the law. Or, even, an insurance company went bankrupt (I can't see being too upset about that, but I'll list it as a criterion of disaster just to show how reasonable I am).
So ... any takers? Can anyone cite a single instance of a bad result obtaining from Obama-care? Not a disagreement in policy, not a concern that something bad will result from the law, but an actual, real-life, non-hypothetical, bad result?
If not, then, the incessant Republican repetition that Obama's health care plan is "disastrous" is just a piece of classic propaganda - tell a lie often enough, and maybe you'll get some people to believe it.