Thanks for the post! Care to post out Form's deliciously logical counter to the survey? Because, quite frankly, I find it depressing that you didn't instead name BvBPL, with his beautiful response. Sad. Oh, you silly goose. Is it that time of month again for you? Finally, a few worthwhile responses. It's funny how media news sources highlight things like the mandate as the worst part of Obamacare, where the real issues lie with the new regulations to be implemented against doctors. My father's hospital, for one, is delighted that the government will pay for the 40% of total patients who do not pay for their own healthcare. Yet, this pay will be docketed from other, more upscale hospitals in states that have tremendously successful healthcare statistics, leading to an overall downgrade of healthcare quality in the country. There's also the point of the new regulations. I work with doctors on a daily basis for my job. They are not delighted by the new role government has in healthcare. With Obamacare, doctors now must submit hundreds and hundreds of personal medical statistics to the government every year, tracking things such as post-surgery infection rate and recovery times. If a certain percentage of the doctors' patients have issues, then they will see their pay reduced -- except, hello, doctors cannot possibly control all aspects of a patient's health after their procedure or time in care. It's utterly ridiculous. I was going to use that line! Just doing my part.