Roll call found here on the House vote on the rules.
The four Democrats that crossed the aisle are:
Representative Dan Boren (OK), who is a member of the Blue Dog Coalition and who was one of the 39 Democrats in the House of Representatives who voted against Obamacare in November 2009 and again during the final vote in March 2010. In January of 2010 Boren also correctly predicted huge losses for Democrats in the November 2010 midterm elections.
Representative Larry Kissell (N.C.)voted for the rules passage, according to the House Final Vote roll callpage, was also a no vote on the final passage of the Obamacare aka Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in March but recently was reported as stating he would not vote for a repeal when it comes up in the House next week. His vote for the rules passage probably stems from his assertion that the repeal vote needs to be brought to the floor so that other issues can be dealt with following that vote.
Representative Mike McIntyre (N.C.) was another vote against Obamacare in March and has indicated his support for repeal on multiple occasions calling it a "financially- irresponsible plan".
Representative Mike Ross (AR), another centrist Democrat that voted against Obamacare in March 2010, saying that while he supported health care reform, the bill was "too big, too costly, and the people who send me to Washington to be their voice are opposed to them and this process." Ross also recently stated he would vote for the repeal itself as well, saying "I voted against it three times, so I don’t know why I would vote not to repeal it. It’s consistent with what I’ve done. It seems pretty simple to me."
The rules passed today for H.R. 2 aka Obamacare repeal law, will allow seven hours of debate with no amendments, on Tuesday January 11, 2011, resulting in a vote on Weds. January 12, 2011.
The two page repeal bill (PDF) can be found here and the text is as follows:
To repeal the job-killing health care law and health care related provisions in the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.
This Act may be cited as the "Repealing the Job- Killing Health Care Law Act".
SEC. 2. REPEAL OF THE JOB-KILLING HEALTH CARE LAW AND HEALTH CARE-RELATED PROVISIONS IN THE HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2010.
(a) JOB-KILLING HEALTH CARE LAW.
—Effective as of the enactment of Public Law 111–148, such Act is repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such Act are restored or revived as if such Act had not been enacted.
(b) HEALTH CARE-RELATED PROVISIONS IN THE HEALTH CARE AND EDUCATION RECONCILIATION ACT OF 2010.
—Effective as of the enactment of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act of 2010 (Public Law 111–152), title I and subtitle B of title II of such Act are repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such title or subtitle, respectively, are restored or revived as if such title and subtitle had not been enacted.
Reported in a previous post, Barack Obama has publicly threatened a veto should the bill pass the House of Representatives and the Democratically Controlled Senate, despite overwhelming public opposition by the majority of Americans to this law and support by Americans for the repeal of Obamacare. (Links to dozens of polling showing that provided here)