Yeah, I thought so too.
Here's a great article that gets to the real crux of the matter:
In the majority's relentless effort to under-mind and ridicule those with different view points, they have become so narrow-minded and singularly focused, they have failed to realize the origin of their opposition; the fact that it's their own constituents they are strong-arming, and forcing bad policy upon.
In light,of this apparent disregard for the peoples opinion, and obvious misunderstanding of the basis for their disagreement; I decided to spell it out for this administration and the congressional leadership.
It's the premise stupid. In order for the American people to join you, aboard your train to utopia, we must first agree with your supposition, but we do not; we must first believe the structure of your policies are in accordance with the well established principles of our founding, but we do not; we must first believe you are operating within the bounds and limitations, given you by our constitution, but once again, we do not.
We cannot have an honest debate with you on how to best insure 30 million people if we do not believe it is your right or responsibility to do so; we cannot have a substantive debate with you on the best way to pay for a bill, if we believe you reached over your constitutional boundaries to enact it.
So you see, while you condemn your republican counter-part for just saying no, we the American people applaud them, because we believe the best policy for taking over one of the largest and most effective health care industries in the world, is to have no policy at all; we believe that the best solutions for our economic woes, are now and always have been free-market solutions, with low-taxation and high expansion incentive for companies operating within our borders.