Before the juggernaut of government can be moved in a new direction, it must be brought to a halt in the current direction. If a proposed bit of legislation is not seen as achieving the goals set out--in the matter of HR3200, if it will not, in truth, deliver substantive reform of healthcare and merely another layer of regulation, bureaucracy, cost, and ultimately taxation, then it is hardly an irrational position to say that HR3200 is worse than doing nothing, that the status quo--as bad as it may be--is preferable to the anticipated consequences of HR3200's passage.
If one believes that to be the case--and I am one such person--then stopping HR3200 in its tracks is itself a positive step. Yes, there are other proposals and other ideas out there, and, yes, there should be meaningful discussion of them all, but the nature of Congress being as it is, that debate will not happen until the primary focus of the Congress, HR3200, is sent down to defeat.
If the injustice is part of the necessary friction of the machine of government, let it go, let it go: perchance it will wear smooth— certainly the machine will wear out. If the injustice has a spring, or a pulley, or a rope, or a crank, exclusively for itself, then perhaps you may consider whether the remedy will not be worse than the evil; but if it is of such a nature that it requires you to be the agent of injustice to another, then, I say, break the law. Let your life be a counter-friction to stop the machine. What I have to do is to see, at any rate, that I do not lend myself to the wrong which I condemn.
Henry David Thoreau, "Civil Disobedience"