Yes, killing Obamacare is not a good idea, in fact it’s reprehensible even though the ACA has not fulfilled the promises made and rather than lower costs it increased them.
However, those who defend Obamacare, also mislead and fail to grasp the implications. Most people have been protected from pre-existing conditions since the enactment of HIPAA in 1996. Under the original ACA law, Americans were supposed to have health insurance… but millions ignored the law.
As for all those free, no-copay new benefits that stuck it to insurance companies and employers, they merely raised premiums and shifted costs from users to non-users.
We have not solved the health care coverage issue for all Americans.