In his post-midterms press conference, Mitch McConnell (the man who told Republicans before Obama even took office that their one and only tactic should be total obstruction) played the role of a conciliatory and gracious winner by promising all sorts of bipartisanship and willingness to work with the hated Obama.
Then he was asked about Obamacare and the turtle man’s eyes gleamed. He promised that Senate Republicans were most definitely going to, you know, take a look at it. Wink wink nudge nudge.
But President Obama got the same question, and said in no uncertain terms that he will not sign any attempt to repeal or hobble Obamacare. The only things he would consider are ways to improve or expand it.