Am I really expected to call it the "Affordable Care Act" or the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" when I think it is neither affordable nor protective of patients? I find that insulting to my intelligence!
If supporters want us to refer to a law by its formal title, how about naming it something that's more descriptive and less propaganda.
"Explosive Regulatory Control of Health Care" ERCHC
"Massive Arbitrary Power to the Department of Health and Human Services Law" MAPDHHS
"Health Insurance as Public Utilities Law." (That one at least comes out with a pronounceable acronym: HIPUL.
Or if you prefer something neutral: The 2010 Health Care Reform Law.
Until politicians stop insulting us by titling their laws with such ludicrous names, they best be prepared to be insulted right back.