Taking the worst case scenario, that even supposing the absurd that there is an Obamacare Death Panel that orders us to eat broccoli every day or pay a tax of $30,000, we have the Second Amendment, and so President H.W. Bush can come out of retirement and with Justice Scalia lead the armies of those who own weapons and don't want to be made to eat broccoli by know it all pointy headed liberal do gooders.
Since that's obvious, the do-gooder types in fact are not running amok, nor will they, since they're busybody pointy headed do gooder types, and don't want Weimar America, since they'd get blamed for that.
There is a busybody do gooder type first identified to my knowledge in Dickens Bleak House, the Jellybies, although to me instead of my favorite character being Mrs. Dedlock in the interminalable case of Jarndyce v Jarndyce, get it?, Mrs. Dedlock, my favorite character was always the Jellybellies.
No one wants another Obamacare v Obamacare fight again, (the mandate's a penalty, except when its useful for it to be a tax, and then it goes back to being a penalty again) least of all Justice Roberts, still needing a massage for the brilliant gymnastic moves he spontaneously performed at the last second to save the day.
As to busybody pointy headed do gooder types, in Bleak House, the Jellybellies own life is a trainwreck, and yet that family's matriarch finds a tremendous amount of time to devote to saving other people's lives, when it is obvious that the aphorism charity starts at home should have the Jellybellies as to the poster family for what happens when you don't do that: anarchy.
But, as to Obamacare having Jellybelly types take over our lives, first, there is the Second Amendment to solve that problem if the Jellybellies get out of line too much, since they don't own as many weapons, since they're the Mommy and Metro-sexual Party of people who didn't play sports growing up or very well or weird ones who now want revenge in life, plus a lot more real world pragmatic considerations are in play as well as to living with Obamacare, and evolving it.
For example, it wasn't really the President's favorite thing in the world, or even idea in fact, to have the individual mandate that Court upheld, as of course that's you know who's idea, except with the escape clause as to why that's ok to seemingly have one's legs split as far as Justice Roberts.
Moreover, the use of taxes by Roberts now forces that issue on the table as to costs, which means that things will likely evolve along those lines, rather than the more extreme lines of Scalia and H.W. Bush leading the Anti-Broccoli Liberation Army against the Jellyby Do Gooder Army that fines us $20,000 for not eating our broccoli or reading our Dear Leader's latest Tweet that its still a BFD.