NO. An advanced document search of H.R. 3590: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 (referred to commonly as "Obamacare") revealed no instance of the word "Dhimmitude" either on Page 107 or on any other page of the 906-page law. Reference to the word "Dhimmitude" may have derived from the erroneous belief that certain religious groups were given special waivers from the Act's individual insurance mandate. This appeared to be based upon the notion that insurance coverage in any form is considered by such groups as gambling and is thus forbidden by their faith. The word "Dhimmitude" is actually a neologism (new or made up word) defined loosely, allegedly and perhaps incorrectly, to describe the means by which non-Muslim groups would be managed in areas or regions populated by a majority of Muslims. The word "dhimmi" actually refers to a non-Muslim living in an Islamic nation. Some references to "Dhimmitude" suggest that it is the process by which "dhimmi's" would be controlled in the event of a jihad (Holy War).