I'm not a fan of Obama care, in the sense that I do not agree with forcing people to buy a product from a private, for profit, company, and no I do not think mandatory auto insurance is in line with a free society either. People have the right to travel, and the public roads are just that, public. No one forces you to put your property at risk, by putting your car on the public roads. It shouldn't be anyone else's responsibility to insure your property. I lived in Tennessee. for years, before they had mediatory insurance laws, if you had an accident, and you were at fault, and had no insurance, the other persons insurance company would pay to fix their car, and you would set up a payment plan to repay the insurance company, actual cost of repair, or injury. If you didn't pay, the insurance company would sue you. It worked just fine. Trump campaigned on repealing Obamacare, so that was expected, but he also said that there would be negotiations between the Government and prescription drug companies on price, and the ability to buy insurance across state lines. Two things that don't seem to be in the Republican bill. Costs are out of control, I don't see anything in the Republican bill to address this. Moreover, I don't think it is right to profit off the suffering of others. Private companies, by their very nature seek to maximize profit, that's why we don't have a healthcare system that heals the sick, they don't cure things, they come up with more and more expensive ways to mask the symptoms. As much as I don't like it, their is only one real solution, and that is a government healthcare system, public doctors, clinics, and hospitals. Funded by a tax on working people, the same way medicare is, a deduction from your salary. I don't see myself as being a hypocrite on this issue, I feel that if the government is going to force you to buy something, than the government must provide it, not for profit. This is all just crazy, imagine if the government forced you to buy stock in Apple, rather than having a Social Security fund. It really just boggles my mind, everyone needs insurance, be it car insurance, health insurance, disability insurance, but to everyone can afford to pay the costs of it with private companies reaping windfall profits by forcing everyone into a broken system.