The Supremes; ruling on health care was incomplete. Since we now know government can force us to do anything whether we like it or not, why didn't Roberts et al. make it mandatory certain young people study medicine whether they want to or not? That would create another bureaucracy – but isn't that what D.C. does best? Since scores of docs have already said they will leave medicine rather than have their incomes capped and their decisions second-guessed, there's going to be a severe shortage of doctors unless new ones are added, and fast. And unless that happens, about the only way someone will be able to see a doctor will be if they have one in their family.