There already is a government insurance plan called medicare. Over our lives we pay premiums through employment tax so that in our old age the policy we bought, that was sold to us to cover the high cost of medical care when we are old and uninsurable, will be there.
Between government mismanagement and inflationary monetary policies, it is near insolvency. It is one of the huge drivers of 'reform' - how to fund our obligations.
What Obamacare would do is take $500 billion from the already insolvent medicare fund, drop their care entitlement to a 'cost effectiveness' one, and put all the rest of us into a system the CBO says will drive costs up, not down. The CBO also says all those 'efficiencies' to cut costs that Obama says would happen rather than rationing care, would save only $1 billion. The other $499 billion has to come from somewhere.
So our seniors who paid in all their lives, and also paid to create the other social programs we have, will not get the insurance they paid for under this plan.
How is that a recommendation for the rest of us to want to become dependent on government for our care?
Particularly since you can sue your insurance company if they wrongfully deny you coverage, but Obamacare specifically forbids a challenge to the determinations of the central planning committe that would set 'best procedures/cost effective procedures' to be compensated under obamacare plans, public AND private.
Loser, what your employer pays in order to hire you is earned. It is part of your cost of employment. They don't pay it if you don't earn it, they fire you.