Imagine that you go out to dinner at a very large chain restaurant. You order a small steak and enjoy your meal. The bill comes and you're shocked at the $200 charge. You complain to the manager and he comforts you and says "wait a minute". He goes out and charges the other patrons a portion of your bill. Then he hands you a bill for $20. The small steak is still grossly over-priced, and folks who ordered a salad were forced to help pay for your steak. But you're happy.
And that is ObamaCare in a nutshell. It doesn't address cost, it simply spreads the bill over a larger population. Sort of an extension of the "tax & spend" legislative approach.
Now I wonder how many folks got this concept from the media when the Affordable Care Act was being kicked around in the halls of Congress? No, we got information on Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan and other important stuff.