This is a quote from Hillary Clinton in 2006 on the Medicare D entitlement pushed by the GOP (which you may recall had some start-up glitches too):
“I voted against it, but once it passed I certainly determined that I would try to do everything I could to make sure that New Yorkers understood it, could access it, and make the best of it,...”
Contrast that to the Republican Party's determination to make Obamacare fail. The House actually voted for the 50th time to repeal or alter it!
Any large policy change or large program like Medicare D or Obamacare are initially flawed. Obamacare is more flawed than it had to be because the Republican Party refused to help craft any bill that would help those who had no health insurance or was prevented from getting affordable coverage because of pre-existing conditions. The Republicans have also refused to help fix the initial flaws to make it work better. They are putting all their eggs in one basket: total failure. As usual, they are doomed to fail.
What the Republicans don't understand is that the complete failure of Obamacare will almost certainly result in a something like a national single-payer health system down the road. Or maybe a lot of progressive states will decide to implement their own single payer system for their citizens like Vermont is in the process of doing. In fact, maybe multiple states will band together for efficiency's sake to create a regional single-payer health system.