For the past few weeks, one of the major talking points has been something to the effect "Obamacare is the law of the land, it made through both houses of Congress and upheld by the SCOTUS. Obama won, now get over it."
I wouldn't pay a lot of heed to political talking points (from either party).
The Republicans had (and still have) the right to try to repeal this if they feel like it.
I think they will fail in that effort, but there is nothing illegitimate in them trying.
Someday, probably within the next 20 or so years, the right side of America will be in a position of holding majority in both sides of Congress and the Presidency
Probably right after 2016.
After Obama's gun control debacle, he's not going to achieve much legislation in his second term. And after four years of a do-nothing presidency, the voters will be more than ready to switch which party controls the White House.
and will most likely pass some landmark bill or another and this will come back around.
I just hope the leftists in America plan accordingly.
I hope it's something that strengthens our gun rights.