Hopefully a lot of the anti supporters will loose their seats, and send a message to the politicians similar to what happened when the Clinton ban was voted in.
By then, the damage is done. In 1994, everybody ran around in circles and slapped each other on the back about how they'd contributed to some sort of revolution in Congress.
Yipee. Some folks finally got out and voted, but it was too late at that point. We still had the ban for another ten years.
We need to be proactive, not reactive.