(And sorry for the double posting...my comment seemed to disappear for bit there...)
I am currently unemployed and live in San Francisco, and the city has a subsidized health care program for low income residents called Healthy SF, so I'm on that. They insist it isn't "insurance," but there aren't that many differences. One biggie is if you get sick or hurt while outside the city and go to an ER, you're shit outta luck. But aside from that, I have to say, I've had the best health care through them than I ever have before, and I've had insurance my entire life. Price is based on income and you pay a quarterly fee. Most doctor visits are 20 bucks, and meds are 10 bucks or less. You can see specialists and it's covered, as long as you get a referral. If "Obamacare" is anything like this, I don't see how anyone could be against it.