If you are not insured, you are a free-rider and a tax penalty is assessed. That's not a play on words. You may call it a fine if you want to, but it's really a tax.(That means it's not really a fine.)<quoted text>On sin-taxes, what if you don't smoke or drink, are you still fined for not buying them, so if you do not buy insurance you are fined even though you are never sick and as it stands now there are no preexisting condition clauses, so what is the use of buying insurance until you get sick.
$1,200 a year is much cheaper than $8,000-$10,000 and that will be going-up.
Me, I don't have to worry about Obama Care, at this time.
Now Dufus Dale thinks a straightforward declarative sentence is a "play on words" because he cannot understand plain English.