Somebody is paying more than ten dollars for those people to pay those copays. You are assuming that everybody can have a job that pays insurance. Many jobs offer no help with insurance. The 34 million people with insurance today do not want to lose it, but I am sure you will characterize them as lazy bums or through choice being suddenly uninsured.
Ok, take a second and breath... the $10 was an example of how using huge number like 800% are completely useless. There are used to scare people into agreeing with the opinion being given. Most poor and old people do not pay for health insurance. They pay $0. What is 800% of zero dollars Ed? Even if it is $1000. That is only $8000 in ten years. That is what a lot of people pay now for Obamacare.
Please stop focusing on the minutiae and look at the point of what I am saying. The CBO keeps saying 23 or 24 million people will "Lose" their health insurance. These are people that were FORCED to buy insurance under the ACA and did not want to have insurance. You cannot "lose" something you don't want. If you take a tick off a hound, is that hound losing a tick?
Why would insurance companies be ok with losing 34 million customers? Is that really a good business model for keeping your company afloat? Do you not believe that insurance companies will offer plans for everyone?
Remember when Obama said "You like your plan? You can keep your plan!"? No one is saying that now. But, no one is taking anyone's Health insurance from them. I have "pre-existing" conditions. If I lose my healthcare plan and have to switch to another with a huge gap between, I fully expect to be required to pay more than someone that doesn't.