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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    Abortion and UHC are not the same thing.
    The argument for forcibly removing the choice for both, is -- and yet, he balks at the removal of one choice while fully supporting the removal of the other.

    It all comes down to what I said:
    Just another example of a "pro-choice" liberal that wants to take away choices that HE doesn't think people should have.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    I have private insurance but at the same time I'm classified as the working poor.

    Why should the working poor pay for sick people?

    I think it is more uncivilized for people to force other people to do things they may not want to.
    So you're paying for insurance every month but you don't mind that tens of millions are paying nothing? And getting health care? If the working poor can't pay for an insurance policy maybe they could pay half or a quarter. Any money they pay would help reduce the premiums of the insured.

    Nobody should have the choice to be a freeloader.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    The argument for forcibly removing the choice for both, is -- and yet, he balks at the removal of one choice while fully supporting the removal of the other.

    It all comes down to what I said:
    Just another example of a "pro-choice" liberal that wants to take away choices that HE doesn't think people should have.
    Your attempt to twist the matter into some kind of liberal hypocrisy is amusing, but not relevant. Try posting an actual argument that isn't a personal attack.

    That's all I have left to say to you on this.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    SO requiring by law for you to go out and buy health insurance is the exercise the "right" to have health insurance?




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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    Your attempt to twist the matter into some kind of liberal hypocrisy is amusing, but not relevant.
    Absolutely it is -- that you refuse to assign it any such relevance is meaningless.

    The party of choice, isn't -- and pointing that out is FAR from a personal attack.
    You dont have to like it, but you really should accept it.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    Anyone?
    We have to have auto insurance. No choice about it. When people don't have auto insurance it costs everybody more for the premiums.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    We have to have auto insurance. No choice about it. When people don't have auto insurance it costs everybody more for the premiums.


    You can always not drive.... that is the difference
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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend_Hellh0und View Post
    You can always not drive.... that is the difference
    But that's like saying you could just not get sick.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    We have to have auto insurance. No choice about it. When people don't have auto insurance it costs everybody more for the premiums.
    That's because states can place all kinds of requirements on the exercise of your privilege to drive on the roads -- when you choose to drive on the roads.

    Apples/oranges.

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    Re: Health insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

    Quote Originally Posted by sazerac View Post
    But that's like saying you could just not get sick.
    No its not. No one HAS to drive.

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