I know a lot of people think that they shouldn't be charged for someone else's health care but in this case I would rather everyone be charged for someone else's health care than to be charged for simply living.
BTW, the social contracts that you talk about is not about life. They are about environment.
And your talk about living within the US so you must have health insurance, coupled with your explanation of "I own me" is contradictory unless you are advocating serfdom.
Mirriam-Webster dictionaryMain Entry: serf
Etymology: French, from Old French, from Latin servus slave
: a member of a servile feudal class bound to the land and subject to the will of its owner
What your basically saying is that there is no private property. The land is either A: owned by the federal government or B: by society and no one has private property and thereby you yourself are subject to EVERYTHING that people would subject onto you. Including things like which shows to watch, what foods to eat, and even to the extant of slavery. After all..you live on US soil, not your own.