Of course the socialist/statist argument is this; individuals without health care coverage will obtain the services and pass the cost on to the rest of us. Gee, let me think a moment. Hey, how about this for a solution? If an 18 to 35 year old in good health, exercises his or her right not to purchase health care they will likely will not use and save say $2500 - $3000 per annum, does it not follow logically that they made a free choice and in doing so accepted the risks associated with that choice?
Sounds reasonable to me. Even rational. Individuals have a right to chose their own destiny, and a personal responsibility to make rational decisions affecting their lives. But not being a socialist or a statist it is remarkably simple and logical to draw rational conclusions.
Here then is your Esteemed Statist Speaker of The House at her best.
Via: Hot Air