So, here is a link from Forbes http://www.forbes.com/sites/brucejapsen/2015/11/03/republican-victory-in-kentucky-governors-race-a-blow-to-obamacare/ that talks about the Republicans winning the governorship in Kentucky. The article notes a couple of things, one is that mega health insurers are doing quite well under Obama care, and the other is that Kentuckians polled in one direction in favor of keeping Obamacare, yet voted in the opposite direction fora candidate who promised to roll it back. This doesn't make sense to me, but it's another example of the odd dissonance that abounds in this country.
Democrat voters claim they are for many things, and are opposed to things like giving endless tax breaks for Wall Street, and are also opposed to foreign intervention. What I think a lot of these voters say they are for, is what Bernie has actually voted for in contrast to Hillary who voted more like a moderate Republican. I won't bother listing any more Republican examples, though there are many. It is just becoming mind boggling to me that people can be convinced to vote for candidates who have openly or covertly lived in opposition to what the voters say they want.
I kinda hope this guy does exactly what he promised he would do. I hope he goes in and literally yanks the insurance away. I've become cynical on the matter. Republican assholes refuse, literally refuse to do a damn thing to fix our system and yet, they stand back and throw rocks and bitch about how expensive everything is. Let the market solve it. Take away ALL publicly funded insurance, ALL employer funded insurance, ALL ability to pay for insurance with tax free dollars, and do what the lord of the flies conservatives want us to do, which is cull the herd of the weak and stupid.