To see the full list of taxes/fines/penalties/whatever you want to call them, please use the link at top.
Also note that Senator Cruz (R, Texas) wants to defund Obamacare by introducing a bill, Restore Growth First, requiring that the American economy be in a more robust growth period before the implementation of a behemoth such as Obamacare which is already negatively impacting the economy before it's even fully implemented.
On a related note, did you see how the very same week of the sequester (which government wanted to be a horrible experience for Americans - I mean tax payers) the unemployment rate dropped a little? That is NOT what Obama wants to see. He wants cuts in government spending (which aren't even real - just cuts on spending growth rather than principal) to be painful. As admitted in private. Also, the government has more tax revenue than ever before, yet it is still nothing to the amount spent - which is continually escalating. The sequester is not even a drop in the bucket in terms of slowing spending.
However, no, Obama, cutting government spending is NOT painful in the long term.
Yes, the impact in taking millions of dollars out of the economy has a short term negative affect proportional to the amount of money not spent that was formerly spent, but consider first that the government is spending only OUR money and borrowed money. The less government spends of both, the better off we'll be. The private sector feeds the public sector and you can't have a parasitic government and have a healthy host. As we Americans have all experienced for the past five years now.
This is precisely why Americans take issue with the $6T in added deficit under Obama and why Americans take issue with the Democrat's refusal to reform entitlement programs and make them more financially sustainable for the future. This is not all about votes, people.
This is about making our country work for its citizens. Something our politicians have lost sight of, as evidenced by the very passage of Obamacare in late 2009 against popular support which continues against it to this day with no effort to defund it beyond that of Senator Ted Cruz, despite Republican control of the House since 2010.