The Democrats seem to have a genius for reinforcing Republican memes even while campaigning against them. This poster and action link were placed by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) on Facebook and who knows where else, in an apparent attempt to start a viral groundswell of support for "Obamacare" on the eve of the Supreme Court's decision. Only one problem. It's not "Obamacare." It's the Affordable Healthcare Act.
The call to action shouldn't be "Do it for Obama!" It should be "Support Affordable Healthcare for yourself and your family and everyone you know.!"
"Obamacare" is a Republican meme that suggests the Affordable healthcare Act is a plot to take away our freedom, foisted on the American people by a black Kenyan socialist. Personalizing the issue demonizes it. Would Medicare have survived if the label "LBJcare" had been attached to it? Social Security if it had become known as "FDR Security"? The Republicans know what they're doing, and all too many Democrats keep inadvertently helping them. (Or maybe "vertently" -- now that the individual mandate has become demonized by the very Republicans whose idea it was in the first place, calling it "Obamacare" probably helps provide political cover for Congressional Democrats, who simultaneously seem to be "supporting" the president while distancing themselves from him.)
If the Supreme Court overturns all or part of the Affordable healthcare Act, Democrats and independents need to fight back -- and fight back hard. Single-payer should be back on the table, since Republican political cynicism and opportunism and a partisan Supreme Court seem to have made any other kind of reform impossible. Calls to support Obama and his "Obamacare" won't do it. You don't fight a determined political opposition by accepting their framing of the issues. You create your own.