Zip. Zilch. Zero.
That's what will come of the 230-189 vote in the House of Representatives today, which passed a continuing resolution that funds the government through December 15 while striking all funding for Obamacare. (One Republican voted against, while two Democrats voted for; the vote was otherwise along party lines.)
The resolution now goes to the Senate, where the Democrats who control the chamber will surely kill the Obamacare provision; if they don't, President Obama has promised to veto it. Then they'll send it back to the House, which will have to vote on whether or not they accept the funding resolution that reinstates money for the health-care law. If the two sides don't reach a deal by October 1, the government will shut down, and there appears to be little or no progress in negotiations.
The Republican hope is that at the very least, the Senate vote forces vulnerable Democrats to take a stand on Obamacare. A post-vote House Republican press conference was mostly a litany of names of red-state Democratic senators up for reelection. But of course those Democrats have already voted for Obamacare once before, so there's little incentive for them to turn against it now.