So true. People like that are the problem. If someone rarely uses health care, they probably think O-Bysmal-Care is a great idea. But ask anyone who uses their health insurance and you get a a different story, especially those of us who use a *lot* of health care. I have a chronic condition (rheumatoid arthritis since age 16) and am more "high maintenance" with regards to health than most. People like me will be hit hardest by O-Bominable-Care taxes, like the reduction in deductions, taxes on medical devices and drugs, and "Cadillac" tax. My own costs will go up by a couple thousand dollars, just for me alone. It's insidious.