FWIW, I'm not greatly in favor of Obamacare. I don't know how much to blame him for the implementation, but it's horribly flawed. Mainly because he didn't cut out the insurance companies, but also because he gave the drug companies a sweet deal. Also because it STILL isn't universal coverage.
Basic medical coverage should be a universal coverage. Insurance should be for coverage for exceptionals cases. It's true that drawing that line is not a straightforwards matter, but it should at least cover vaccines, clinic visits, emergency room coverage, yearly physicals. After that it starts getting questionable. I would probably side with universal coverage for more services, but I can understand that it's not a clear line. Which perscription drugs should be covered? Which non-perscription drugs? Etc.
My general feeling is that universal coverage should be available for debilitating problems, but not necessarily for fatal problems or cosmetic problems. Perhaps those should be extra cost options (i.e., insurance). Basic long term health care should be covered, but that doesn't include extras that aren't medically necessary. So some level of amenities should be either from savings or from insurance. Etc.
P.S.: When your health insurance raises its rate on you, do you automatically believe the reason they give? Can you check to determine that it's true? To me it usually seems that they are lying, or at best only telling a partial truth. This is true even when I feel that the actual amount of raise is reasonable. Perhaps the total number of proven lies from government and from corporate spokesmen just makes me doubt anything they say, but it does call their honor, integrity, and trustworthiness into doubt. This is slightly unfair as those making the statement (to the extent that it can be determined) aren't the same as those who have been proven to be lying. But they share so many of the same characteristics...