If you want to know what to expect from Obamacare, you can either hop in the Tardis and take a trip into the future with a Time Lord (do I need an excuse to post a picture of David Tennant?) or you can look east to Massachusetts and their experience with Romneycare.
The latest news from the Bay State is that small businesses are dropping their private insurance, because it is cheaper to pay the penalty and throw the employees onto the tender mercies of the state system. These same small businesses also have a disproportionate number of low-income employees who will qualify for state subsidies, so the state system is doubly burdened with more demand for services from the state plan and more demand for other people's money to pay for services from the state plan.
Speaking of the services you get from the state plan, do you like the idea of a group medical visit? Next time you hear a doctor say he's going to quit practicing rather than operate under Obamacare, you'd better listen: there aren't enough doctors to go around in Massacusetts, so doctors there are resorting to group medical visits. Think about how difficult it is to be candid with your doctor behind a closed door; now think of how difficult it will be with nine of your closest neighbors sitting around the table with you and listening.
If you like your healthcare plan, you can keep it, he said. Well, apparently this does not apply if you currently have a healthcare plan that maintains some semblance of privacy and human dignity. That, you're going to have to give up for the greater good.