From the comments thread beneath a Washington Post article about the Supreme Court debate of the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare):
"Sooner or later, a much more far-reaching overhaul of the health-care system will be inevitable."
Maybe this time it will be bipartisan effort, that is constitutional[ly] sound, and not need midnight votes on holidays, and strange Senate rules to pass. Maybe this time it will be a couple hundred pages (Canada's Health care law was seven) instead of 2700, and printed before the vote and actually read. Maybe this time it won't put everybody in the same "pool" except for unions, states, and government employee with waivers and allow private citizens and employers to obtain the same policies as Senators and unions. Maybe this time the government won't feel the need to dictate free medicines to employers, insurers, and organizations down to the level of $9/mo. Maybe this time there won't be an appointed Secretary and a non-elected panel of 15 people that will make all health decisions for $350M people and for 17% of the economy.
Noble cause but a bad law. ...
Pretty much my thoughts exactly.