Proving that making a political point is more important to Republicans than anything else, including saving potentially millions of lives, an increasing number of Republican governors are announcing that they'll refuse the Medicaid expansion money from the federal government. Think Progress has been tracking the state's decisions and has found, so far, 10 Republican governors will refuse it, and another 19 are unsure.
And while it's still a little early to know exactly what the public opinion fall-out of the ruling will be, the early indications are that the majority of people want this political fight over the ACA to be over and done with already. Additionally, new CNN polling [pdf] shows that Republicans are fairly narrowly divided (for Republicans, anyway) on this part of the Supreme Court decision, with 48 percent saying it's a good idea to allow states to opt out, but 43 percent opposing that decision. Maybe rank and file Republicans aren't quite as bloodthirsty as the governors they elect. Well, and the people they let into Republican debates.
"Let 'em die" might not be the most effect campaign slogan for Republicans when voters start figuring out what their states will be missing out on.