Abigail posted this in the Michigan Stop Obamacare group on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/280907865260654/):
An insurance policy is a contract between the insurance company and the policyholder. For a contract to be enforceable, all parties to the contract must give genuine assent to contract. If one or more of the parties is compelled to contract, as we are under Obamacare, then we probably don't have genuine assent and the contract is not valid. Thus, Obamacare, by mandating we buy insurance, may be forcing us to enter into a contract and that compulsion could render that contract unenforceable, at least under current interpretations of case law.
I wonder how that's going to work.
Note: I am not an attorney. My opinions are based on a layperson's understanding of contract law.