From a New York Times news article about trouble facing plans for a high-speed rail line between San Francisco and Los Angeles:
Joe Nation, a professor of public policy at Stanford University and a critic of the plan, said Mr. Brown would have to grapple with this decline in support, which he argued reflected voters' growing doubts about the basic competence of government.
"Obamacare has leached over into this," Mr. Nation said. "You have people saying, 'The federal government that can't build a website — how can we expect them to build a multibillion-dollar train?' "
That's pretty interesting analysis with far-reaching implications if it turns out to be true.