Of course. Obamacare has been nothing but waste. Obama promised a decrease for people, instead it is increasing. Obamacare is making more money, and it's not affordable. We need to try a whole new system not try to work off of an old one. If you add wrong ingredients to a recipe its hard to get them out again, same with Obamacare. The wrong thing have happened with it, its hard to make the same healthcare produce something good.
Increased premiums under Obamacare are an indication of problems, or rather growing pains, but they can be fixed. Unfortunately the original legislation was defective due to prolonged opposition from Congress. It is to be hoped that with the new president in 2017, it will be possible to pass amendments to make Obamacare work.
No, the recent increases in premiums under Obamacare are not a sign that the program needs to be scrapped. The program in general is very good. It has helped many people get healthcare when they might not have been able to before. Adjustments need to be made to eliminate some of these high premiums, but the basic program is good.
Obamacare needs to be revised, significantly. There needs to be more funding for Obamacare, and the insurance companies need to absorb some of the cost. However, some of the increase may be becasue significantly more people are going to doctors and hospitals, which is driving up the amount insurance companies need to pay, at least temporarily.
No, the increases in premiums under Obamacare is not a sign that the program needs to be scrapped. It simply means that we have to change parts of it. If we scrap it, we will lose all of the positives that have come with it. We must rebuild it from the inside.