I would guess this doesn't fit your conserative point of view;<quoted text>
The $63 pre existing condition fee is a fee that is dedicated to offset the cost of Obamacare beginning in 2014. It is to be paid for by companies that have to give their employees healthcare. The companies will then in turn pass the fee on to their employees. Unless all of the employees of all companies that have to give healthcare benefits make over $250k each, then they will have to pay more from their checks. You will call it a fee and not a tax but if something such as this is forced on you then it's a tax.
Definition of discrimination: Treatment or consideration based on class or category rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice.
So those that are not rich can, in no way, feel this way towards those that are? That's not the way the definition reads. Guess it doesn't fit your liberal point of view because then the wealthy would have to get equal consideration when any law was being crafted or voted on. You have been pretty adamant about the fact that if you make less than $250k per year your taxes will remain exactly the same. Now it's at least for the next year. Should give everyone confidence not knowing that their tax rates will be stable for more than a year.
This program will reduce unreimbursed usage of hospital (ER) and other medical facilities by the uninsured and thereby lower medical expenses and premiums for all.