So for almost a decade, ACA/Obamacare repeal has been such an animating part of the GOP agenda. I know the President has claimed that “It’s gone. There is no such thing as Obamacare any more”, but back here on Earth, it’s never been repealed, even if the GOP has managed to rough and scuff it up a lot.
Anyway, at least so far, repeal, replace, whatever has largely (entirely?) been dropped from the Republican brand moving into the midterms (Ted Cruz is one exception, I think). Republicans, are you cool with this? Everyone else, where do you think we go from here? Do you think that, long-term, the healthcare system will become more like it was pre-ACA, or do you think we’ll move more toward something like single-payer (or some variation).