Support for Obamacare has fallen to an all-time low, and that trend's happening fastest among the very folks that Sandra Fluke and Barky were trying to sway: women. Meanwhile, down in Georgia, the Obamacare Nullification Bill is heading through the legislature:
HB 707 authorizes Georgia’s Attorney General and State Council to work with other states to resist the ACA. It bans the State from participating in health insurance exchanges and other intrusive elements such as involuntary maternal-infant in-home visitations. It does not directly address the constitutionality of Obamacare, but simply states that Georgia will not participate in implementing it.
Gosh, maybe that whole "visitation" thing is one of the reasons why women are increasingly opposed to it. Fluke figured free birth control'd suck her fellow sluts in, while Barky brayed about breast pumps. But neither of them mentioned the intrusive aspects.
Representative Stover declared that Obamacare is a profound over-reach of federal government. “To tax someone for simply being alive is anti-American, anti-Constitutional and anti-common sense… The federal government did not create the states; the states created the federal government.”
He just might be onto something, there.