"It's just going to be like Christmas," said DeCarlo Flythe, who lost health coverage for his family when he was laid off almost three years ago. "It's going to be great. You know, no worries (about) the bills. We are going to go ahead and pay our co-pay and be alright."
[His] wife has insurance, but the couple couldn't afford to put him on the policy. Now, he's excited he may also have coverage because of health care reform... "It'll make the world better. It'll make us all better, actually," he said.
I think someone forgot to tell DeCarlo that his Constitutional right to free, unlimited and instant health care doesn't kick in until 2014.
Hat tip: Memeorandum.