A Republican operative observed Wednesday afternoon that reporters should be asking Senate Democrats who voted for Obamacare if they believed at the time that people would lose their plans. That is a good question, given that they are caterwauling about a law they jammed through on a straight party-line vote. Reality is setting in for these once-defiant supporters of Obamacare. Stu Rothenberg said, “Over in the Senate, a damaged Obama could easily cost his party the Senate. It’s as simple as that. With an Obama job rating sitting around the 40 percent mark, it’s difficult to imagine Republican seats in Kentucky or Georgia falling to Democrats, and more difficult to imagine Democratic senators in Alaska, North Carolina, Louisiana and Arkansas surviving. Even Democratic nominees in Iowa, Michigan and New Hampshire could see their prospects change from good to uncertain.” The Republican National Senatorial Committee is delighted to point that out.