This is why.
Support for Obamacare continues to decline, with the law hitting a new low in approval, and a new high in disapproval, as the second enrollment period has opened for Americans, according to Gallup.
Just 37 percent approve of the Affordable Care Act, 1 percentage point less than the previous low recorded in January, Gallup found in a new survey released Monday.
In other words, the American people are overwhelmingly against ObamaCare. Since Senators and Representatives are supposed to – you know – represent us, it is high time to pass a repeal measure and send it to the President’s desk. That he will veto the bill – and that overriding that veto is likely impossible -- is irrelevant. His doing so merely makes it clear that he and his party are unwilling to do the will of the American people even when over 60% of Americans do not approve of his signature “accomplishment”.