This issue involves more than just the healthcare system in general, its a nationwide problem that involves many different policies which have been put into place. Giving extra hand-outs to immigrants who have put basically nothing into the system yet while taking away from the people who have put a lifetime of work into the system is simply wrong. It is also a nationwide mental defect and sense of entitlement that has put this country into the gutter financially. I honestly don't see these issues being resolved with healthcare reform, there needs to be a massive policy overhaul involving medicaid, medicare, welfare, immigration laws, etc. Complaining about a $1 co-pay makes me disgusted with those individuals to their absolute core.
If healthcare reform is going to cut physicians salaries by a certain percentage, I do believe that something needs to be done with our student loans/tuition costs. Lets say the average physician salary drops by 25% in the next 5 years, the United States needs to pay AT LEAST 25% of our student loans, and honestly much more. They also need to also give students tax breaks while in residency or re-allow deferment of loans through the length of residency.