I am in favor of many of the ACA's aspects. It needs serious tweaking, but in general, more people having access to health care is a good thing. My feeling is that the ACA is flawed - always has been - but it is the first step towards changing the horrible status of access to health care that the US had experienced for the last 50 years. Something needed to be done and before the ACA, nobody was doing anything.
Social Security and Medicare are government-run programs that most Americans seem to love. Of course, there's "red tape" - it's a huge bureacracy! But getting rid of them would be catastrophic. Social Security's financial status would be FINE if the thieves in DC would quit stealing from it and pay back what they already took, and then lift the wage cap on it. These programs were initiated to fill a NEED in our society. If we take them away, that NEED will come back - tenfold.