We do not want to keep being charged to pay for your daily box of sugar donuts and Twinkies via increased medical bills for all.
I dont really like sweets buddy, never really have. But, your ignorant judgement of who is a medical burden is another of your opinions that I dont care about.
Many visually fit people are not always fit medically. If the goal is to lower medical insurance premiums, rather than singling out fat people who you judged to be a burden. Why not just state that the burdens should be billed more for their burden to the collective group that they are burdening?
Did you know that if you pay in advance for a medical procedure that you can pay less then what insurance companies normally pay? You can also negotiate with your doctor on what you will pay. Since you like big font: The main problem is the insurance companies not fat people. Charging the obese more, will not lower your insurance bill. The problem is because people think that paying a insurance company will save them money. But the reality is that Insurance companies are not losing money, they are not folding and going under. Medical Insurance is big business and have their own lawyers and financial advisers, they dont need people like you on their side or to make decisions for them.