And what is the deal with the fine for not getting health insurance?
Why aren't people talking about that in a more outraged way? It is more like, "Oh, people will pay the fine rather than sign up." Or, "Employers will choose to pay the fine rather than to insure people."
Really? People will volunteer to pay fines? How much are they? Who has to pay them? Why was this allowed to happen?
Can you think of anything less American or less affordable than paying a fine for not doing something? Why aren't people more upset about having to pay a fine for choosing not to do something?
I don't get it, do you?