I think the New York Times editorial today is insane. It praises Obamacare because it creates a disincentive to work per the new CBO report. The words the editorial uses are "[the disincentive to work] is mostly a good thing, a liberating result of the law.." You tell me ONE person who was/is successful by not working....or you tell me ONE instance when not working, or reduced working, has led to success or increased the chances of success. If you really want to oppress people, take away their self respect that comes with full time work...doing as much as you can to help your family. What does the NYT want people to do, slow down their work, make less money...and sit home and do what? They won't have any money! One thing is sure and that is if you are "liberated" from work as the NYT suggests, chances are you won't be able to send your kids to the fancy prep schools that the people at the top of the New York Times probably attended themselves and are sending their children to. I just can't believe the NYT, in carrying the water for President Obama's healthcare, has convinced themselves that a work disincentive is liberating....frankly, I think it is the opposite...a trap...a trap sure to trap you in a lower income with no light at the end of the tunnel.