Agreed. I hold somewhat different views to most here, in that I don't mind kicking in a few extra a month to cover urgent medical procedures for those who can't afford it. It's probably the years of programming from socialized medicine. Life saving procedures - fine. Life style procedures? Pay for them yourself.
You're not alone. We all paid in the old system, but it was a really goofy set up. The poor go to the ER, the bill is forgiven, the government kicked in for money to hospitals for charity work, and hospitals raised prices overall to cover the losses.
I reject the mandate, it's unconstitutional. However, if you told me that my insurance was X% higher to cover those who needed it, I'd grudgingly accept it. I hate that we have professional welfare families. Generations of people who see welfare as their raison d'etre. But, sometimes you have to swallow hard and accept the bad in order to do good.
Unfortunately Obamacare fixes nothing, and complicates everything.