I will. Destroying our insurance industry is the single most damaging blow the socialists could inflict upon this country. In America we enjoy the best healthcare in the world, by lightyears, and people from all other countries (yes, even Europe) are pouring into the United States for the most up-to-date treatment. A century ago, the wealthy might travel by steam power to see a specialist in Paris or Vienna, but today it is Johns Hopkins or Vanderbilt.
This is because our powerful free market has attracted the brightest doctors in the world, and there is great incentive to research and invent the very best techniques money can buy. Whatever their overhead, insurance companies compete for your business - naturally regulating the cost and the services offered. Once they've gone out of business, it will be nigh impossible to restart the industry, and the costs and benefits of medicine will be in the hands of incompetent bureaucrats.
I cannot believe this article in Forbes has the writer cackling with glee as the unlikelyhood of their survival looms near. Already, he states, they are seeking other investments. This is bad news for the healthcare sector, as Medicare's wasteful spending, easy fraud, and outright denial of service demonstrates.
The bomb in Obamacare is the stipulation that anyone who does not purchase $2100 in annual health insurance goes to jail. Over my dead body.