You'll learn to like it. That's the message from White House advisers and Democratic lawmakers to Americans opposed to the health insurance overhaul signed into law last week. And they're willing to wager that come November, Americans will have done just that. "As people learn what's actually in the bill, that six months from now, by election time, this is going to be a plus because the parade of horribles, particularly the worry that the average middle class person has that this is going to affect them negatively, will have vanished and they'll see that it'll affect them positively in many ways, " Sen. Chuck Schumer, D.N.Y., said Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press." The new health care law goes into effect immediately, but many provisions won't be enacted any time soon, and while the Senate debate has ended, the public square offers a preview of the midterm campaign battle ahead. FOXNews.com - Lawmakers Willing to Gamble on Public Anger Over Health Care wanna freaking bet??? people are as pissed about the CF of a bill as much as they are the CF of a process..