Don't feel sorry for us. Anybody who is affected or at least understands the law thinks it is fantastic. If you want to feel bad for somebody consider the five million plus working poor who are eligible for free insurance through Medicaid expansion, but will not receive it because their governors turned it down for purely political reasons.Obamacare is a joke. The delay just proves what the administration doesn't have the gonads to say, not enough paying people signed up for this to work as they envisoined it would. I feel sorry for those who put their eggs in the wrong basket...yet again. Bottomline, expect higher costs to taxpayers, more polical wrangling and lawsuits. It's a sick joke.
Since you are so full of pity you may also want to consider the taxpayers who live in those red states where they are blocking people from having insurance. They are still paying into the Medicare fund, but their taxes are going to provide people in other states with insurance. The bonus is that they get to pick up the tab when the unnecessarily uninsured people in their state need medical treatment.