The Affordable Care Act requires that everyone purchase or obtains health care or will have to pay a fine, I think when faced with the choice the vast majority of the uninsured will go with obtaining low cost health care offered by the Government plans over paying the fine and eventually everyone will end up covered with health care of some form.
I believe Obamacare will eventually lead to universal health care coverage. Had all of the states passed Medicaid expansion like they were suppose to, we would be very close to reaching this goal. Universal health care is very important and it should be a top priority for our politicians. The people who can't access health care are some of the same people who have worked very hard in this country, except they've been stuck in low-wage jobs, many of which became the norm during the recession.
Not everyone will get universal health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act. Some people will simply choose to pay fines instead. There are opportunities for everyone to get affordable health care coverage under the new law and health care companies stand to gain billions of dollars in extra revenue. However, there will still be some people who don't want to get health care coverage.
The early indicators right now point to Obamacare being a failure. Universal health care is too expensive to sustain itself with an aging generation and other concerns. Also, healthcare.gov has not taken root yet with many subscribers. Finally, republicans have shown that they will do whatever it takes to defeat Obamacare once Obama leaves the White House in 2016.