I am curious about it, the talk was to bring down costs and have health care for the vast majority and they base the earnings of the projected health care law on how much it will cost and save. Yet to bring down drug costs they had a perfect opportunity to do this but had closed door meetings with Big Pharm and shut down the talk of using foreign drug companies which would have brought down prices almost immediately. Not only that the back room deals they used on Unions and actual states, all to pass this bill. Very strange; on top of that they could have garnered support on the opposite aisle by using a little bit of tort reform, Doctor malpractice insurance is a huge part of why prices are high, that and the use of emergency rooms by illegals and others without Healthcare insurance. I am not saying the broad sweeping changes that the Republicans wanted but an enticment to change it. To me this seems like it was designed to make alot of money for the government and would not bring costs down. All the ideas I have seen to bring it down were thrown out. So how will this help in the long run? And the fact that hospitals in biger cities may be way way over booked, would this overbooking cause poor service? especially if someone is paying a huge amount in Premiums, if they have poor service because of a large influx of people that are only paying a small fraction if any at all of a premuim, it just does not seem very fair to me.