Well the whole idea of the affordable care act was to get more Americans insured, which it has technically done. So it can be considered a success despite the gapping wholes in it. Ill go with Pyrrhic Victory as my final answer.
Because of the ridiculous amount of money that my family has to pay now, like it is close to a 200% increase in premiums, along with the fact that it is mandatory, not very fond of the government telling me to do a damn thing with my health.
Okay and where is the evidence proving that statement to be accurate? Last I checked, families aren't expected to pay anymore for healthcare than they have before, the only difference is that under Obamacare they actually receive the healthcare they are already paying for. Not to mention, nobody is "forcing" you to do anything with your health. The government isn't breaking down your door and forcing you out of your home to go see a doctor twice a year.
No they are not, I will grant you that and there's a lot of evidence to prove the fact that people are paying way way too much for healthcare that is becoming less than stellar at best... Tons of evidence.
No need to claim this is all from republican news sites...