In a recent address, Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) says if Obama's health care law is found unconstitutional, the message will be loud and clear the President has pushed unconstitutional impositions. King believes if the Supreme Court upholds 'Obamacare', then the voters will vote Obama out of office and elect someone who will repeal it.
"If the Supreme Court throws out ObamaCare as unconstitutional, then the message will be sent that the President has pushed unconstitutional impositions on the American people, rejected by the Supreme Court," said King."If the Supreme Court instead upholds ObamaCare, which I don't expect, then the voters will understand the only recourse they have is to vote Barrack Obama out of office and elect a President who will sign the repeal of ObamaCare. And if 66% of a union heavy turnout in Ohio embraced the rejection of ObamaCare, I think President Obama's campaign will sink like a rock."