Was just watching John Stossel interview some people about upcoming changes under O-care. Was pointed out that all companies that have 50 or more employees will have to carry a health plan approved by the government that costs about twice what most employers pay per employee. Employers can opt out but they'll have to pay a penalty of about $2000 per employee per year. That's considerably less than what they'd have to pay with the government mandated plan. Also employees will be limited to a max 9% of their HOUSEHOLD income in premiums which means the employees must tell their employer what their spouses make also so that the employer doesn't take too much from their paycheck. For those who don't think FedEx won't drop employee healthcare I'd have to ask why would they keep it if 1.Keeping healthcare will make them considerably less profitable and 2.Getting rid of it will make them considerably more profitable? I wonder why they passed Obamacare in 2010 but waited until after the 2012 election to implement it? Why would they do that? Wonder wonder wonder... I've opted for the high deductible zero premium plan at FedEx, although they'll start charging $5 a month in 2013. Sounds like when Obamacare kicks in I'll be paying a much larger % of my income, one way or the other. So gee, guess he'll only raise taxes on those with a high income. Oh wait, the Supreme Court ruled Obamacare is actually a tax, and looks like everyone with an income above a certain point will pay it. But it's not all bad...if FedEx keeps me to $40k a year the most I can be charged annually being single is just $3600. Didn't need that lying around when I could help spread the wealth around!