: $16T in debt, caused (with few exceptions) by Republican policies. Two wars, Medicare D (unpaid), two huge tax cuts (unpaid, did not deliver promised growth).
"A health care system that does not guarantee everyone coverage": So, you're arguing for single-payer? No? Thirty million more Americans will be able to access health care services, thanks to Obamacare.
"violates our constitutional rights": But the Supreme Court ruled... oh, never mind.
"A higher premium with less coverage.": If anything, it's the increase in coverage that's raising premium rates.
Premiums are probably going up, yes. But that's because many of the crappiest plans are no longer available, and because insurers are no longer able to deny people based on pre-existing conditions, or cap their lifetime expenditures. This is bad for you if you're one of the lucky people who never gets an expensive condition, but wait, isn't that the whole point of insurance?
P.S.: Even if you chop off the first and last years of the Bush presidency (under the ridiculous notion that Bush policies had nothing to do with the financial collapse), his remaining jobs record is simply awful.
Add them back in, and Bush created a whopping 1.1M jobs, despite having the cooperation of Congress for six years.