So, how's that Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act working out for Democrats? Will Democrats boast about how few of the 47 million people without health insurance have signed up for it?
Will Democrats brag about how many full-time jobs became part-time and how many part-time jobs became extinct?
Will Rep. Nick Joe Rahall invite President Obama to campaign with him so that Rahall can brag about his vote for Obamacare?
Will Natalie Tennant run television ads reminding the people of West Virginia how Rep. Shelley Moore Capito voted against this legislation?
The reality is Democrats want to appear just as anti-Obamacare as Republicans are.
Last week, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee rushed out emails trumpeting a Gazette story that said Rahall's likely opponent, Evan Jenkins, voted to implement parts of Obamacare.
That is a hilarious rebuke of their own law by Democrats.
President Obama is ignoring huge swaths of this law, granting waivers and delays without any congressional authority as if he were the Queen of Hearts in Alice's wonderland.
Democrats made a high-pressure sales pitch in 2010 to pass this law. Like the car salesman who swears the car is not flood-damaged, Democrats swore by Obamacare.
Days before the final vote on the measure, then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the National Association of Counties, "You've heard about the controversies, the process about the bill . . . but I don't know if you've heard that it is legislation for the future - not just about health care for America, but about a healthier America.
"But we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it - away from the fog of the controversy."
Now that the fog has lifted and the law is in effect, people have seen what's in it, and support for the law plummeted to 35 percent in the latest CNN poll.