The ball is in the dem court, and if they just sit on the sideline, then they alone have prevented any improvement to healthcare in the US.
Being obstructionists is not an excuse for their failure to do their job.
The search for the guilty doesn't solve problems.
If the Democrats fail to act, then I would hope that everyone starts voting independent. Voting sheep of both parties have caused the decline of the US since the 70s. We have one team, and that is congress, and when it fails the country fails. So all this talk about who is to blame is a problem in and of itself.
The democrats are going down again in 2018 because they haven't done anything good since they lost the election. While Maxine Waters for example has been doing a non stop action of attacking president Trump, she has failed to do her job in Inglewood for the people that keep electing her. Some of them even call her a racist. People in her district need help, and she has failed them.
A main problem of Obamacare was that it was another TAX, and that is what Justice Roberts said when he led the SC decision on saying that it was constitutional. SCOTUS decisions rarely solve problems, just look at Roe v Wade.
Obamacare forced people that didn't want insurance to either get it or pay a fine. But all you hear about from the dems is about all the people that will lose their insurance when Obamacare is repealed. Remember, if you are happy with your health insurance and your doctor you can keep them. President Obama lied.
If the current republican plan is not all that it should be then the dems should get involved in trying to make it better. Make the problems known to the public. Most of the dem opposition to the republican plan came before anyone even knew what was the plan.
This is a tipping point for voters, and they can control their party by not being loyal to them. They need to tell the party they will go independent. They can still vote repub or dem in the end, but the parties won't be able to count on them like they have been doing for the last one hundred years.
If you picked a side on healthcare, you are part of the problem.