Robin Hood was a mythical figure from 12th Century England whose legend became famous for stealing from the rich to help the poor. His legend wasn’t lost on Obamacare proponents, who incorporated the idea into health plan regulations. As I’ve explained in the past, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) had two primary goals. The first was to expand health coverage to the uninsured. The second goal was to force everyone into health plans where premiums could not rise or fall based on health status. Purportedly, prior to Obamacare a small segment of the public could qualify for affordable coverage due to health concerns that made them unprofitable customers or their health plan rather costly. The number was relatively small, about 4 million individuals out of a society of 320 million by some estimates. Most could have gotten coverage, but not on terms they were willing to pay. Obama care was intended to “fix” that problem by banning discounts to favorable risks or people with healthy lifestyles.