No, but there is an opportunity to adjust the laws so that flaws within the law are addresses quickly, and workable solutions are implemented in a reasonable amount of time. I am in favor of a system that continues to provide coverage for preexisting conditions at an affordable cost, or better yet, at no cost. Follow the leads of European countries who ensure that all of their citizens have adequate health care coverage. Eliminate congressional health plans and force all congressmen to abide by the same system as the rest of the country. Let's not forget that this was essential the plan that republicans wanted since the Clinton administration was elected into office. What has changed since then, other than the fact that they did not get to implement it?