"Obamacare" isn't the best solution, but it's the best one on the plate for the moment. It is my hope that a single-payer government system eventually prevails.
A couple of years ago, I was a guest at a small gathering of about 75 people at the Rand Institute (hardly a liberal think tank) & listened to the heads of the health departments for every president from Reagan forward ... meaning three Republicans and two Democratic presidents. No press was allowed at this event. Every single one of these people clearly stated that single payer government health care was the only way to go ... yes, this included all the Republican administration health department heads.
If you want to move America into more productivity and greater entrepreneurialism, imagine liberating the millions of people who are currently working at jobs they hate only because of the need to hang onto benefits through private for-profit insurers at their jobs ... not to mention liberating all the companies that are burdened with having to pay a substantial amount for unwieldy healthcare programs through private insurers. Of course, everyone has to support these things through taxes, but they aren't as great as some would scare you to believe ... certainly less than we are dishing yearly in crazy insurance premiums with all sorts of co-pays, attendant denials of service & limitations in the current for-profit system. Again, the current Obama healthcare program isn't ideal, but it's benefits are still very significant and worthy of support, until something better evolves out of that.
Republicans, like Marsha Blackburn, appeal to the most fear-based & uninformed group of people. They shout "repeal," while not offering one meaningful solution that's truly helpful to the people. I seriously doubt most folks, when shown most of the individual elements of the Obama program, would think these are bad ideas. How can Romney counter ObamaCare since it's built on his Massachusetts program?