So Obamacare was written in a complicated manner to take advantage of the "stupidity of the American voter?"
Since the act had to be rammed through Congress without proper oversight and given that Americans have never liked Obamacare (or the ACA, if you insist--although note that our president embraced the term at one time), apparently we aren't that stupid.
(And no, saying that individual pieces are popular does not mean the whole is popular. To state what should be the bloody obvious, I like gasoline. I like ice cream. I do not like gasoline ice cream.)
Still, the Obamacare architect Gruber does have a point about the stupidity of American voters when it comes to Obamacare: