How so.....if someone without insurance gets in a car wreck, needs intensive care and the bill is 40k and they make say 20k and can't afford it...who pays....No - we're talking about taking away the choice to pay for health care expenses out-of-pocket.
You cannot deny that you support taking away that choice, and that choice has no effect on anyone else.
Because your idea of choice is self serving. You can still not purchase insurance, instead you would have to pay a penalty. You still have a choice. Please define what is appropriate for having a "choice". What limitations are there?THis is a both a non-sequitur and red herring rolled all into one line. Well done.
My statement still stands.