Not exactly. If you don't have a car, you don't have to have car insurance.
Otherwise, I agree with your point. I don't know the answer on how you fix it. Insurance is about pooling money and it's insurance 101 that the more people in the pool, the cheaper it is for everybody.
There is an option where you can outright deny "free" care to anyone who doesn't have insurance. But I don't think anybody wants that option.
Originally Posted by Pawnmower
well then if it isn't a right, then it is more like car insurance....People without car insurance ****ed everything up for the people with cars, so now you are REQUIRED to have car insurance
People without health insurance are ****ing it up for the rest of us BECAUSE THEY STILL GET HEALTH CARE. Its just that you and I pay for their health care in many ways. Higher insurance costs and higher doctor bills and ER bills among them.
So, JUST LIKE AUTO INSURANCE , fire department taxes, police dept taxes, road taxes etc...... everyone now needs to participate in some kind of minimal, basic coverage so your neighbor doesn't get ****ed by your bill......
I'm sorry you don't get the connection between types of insurance....it really is not that difficult of a concept. Maybe you need some rest and to take your meds?