I would also share it with an (in-law) family member who hates Obamacare for all the usual reasons including the fact that his insurance premiums went up. It turns out that the 'insurance' he was getting from his employer basically amounted to a few GP visits every year.
Of course I don't hold it against the people doing it (what choice do they have anyway?), but the amount of begging letters going around Facebook, Boing Boing and other sites from Americans who can't pay for their healthcare is embarrassing. Most of the time these people had good jobs before they got sick - they were also paying more than I do for insurance. A good friend of mine who was young, healthy, employed and insured almost died last year and now is tens of thousands in debt because he became ill with something tangentially related to another illness he had a few years ago. Say what you like about socialised healthcare, at least it involves countries paying for the basic needs of their own citizens. When healthcare becomes a crowdfunded popularity contest, this says some pretty serious things about the priorities of those in charge.