That is why insurance companies are doing things to correct it. Obama is just causing problemsI do the same thing and this is EXACTLY why Americans are unhealthier than people of other developed countries. Preventative care is vital for long life and health. We all should be seeing doctors regularly but many of us don't because it is too expensive. Sure, the co-pays aren't bad if you've got a decent plan but the only time you walk out of a doctor's office with just paying the co-pay is if nothing is wrong. If there is any chance of anything being wrong you need test done and those are very expensive. Middle class America (which is the large majority of Americans) can't afford the type of health care the Saudi royalty come over here to get but we also make too much money to qualify for Medicaid. I have a serious heart condition called cardiomyopathy. When I first got diagnosed with it several years back, many test were run and at the time I was in college so my sh***y college health insurance only paid for some of it and I was put thousands of dollars in debt which I'm still paying off. The last 6-12 months I've been having chest pains again but I'm not going to a doctor because I can't afford all of those test. I'm only working part time right now because I'm working on a masters degree right now and my wife is an independent contractor (and has lost 50% of her clients since the recession) so I'm paying for a health insurance plan out of my own pocket which has high deductibles and still only pays for a certain percentage of charges when that deductible has been reached. It is the only plan we can afford at the time, and yet, we make to much money to qualify for Medicaid.
Making points for or against Obamacare as a solution to our current health care problems is understandable. But trying to make an argument that the American health care system is efficient in providing affordable health care for working class Americans simply because rich people from other countries come to America to get treatment, is delusional.