The right to getting proper care is a right, how efficient that right is another matter. Thus, people should have access to free health care, no insurance, just go to the clinic and get yourself patched up. Moreover, this also counts for accidents, and not getting broke after.
How is that a burden on tax payers? The allocation of tax should be properly accounted for to help the working class/students. Moreover, instead of spending a lot of money on the armed forces for example (America), there should be government operated hospitals/clinics that cater for medical emergencies/check-ups or so what have you, for free. This idea is not bizarre, tons of countries in Europe and other continents (where there really is the bloody "American dream") have free health care. Don't look at Greece or Italy (cause they're bankrupt), but look at the UK, Germany, Sweden, Iceland. Norway, Spain, France, Malta etc. where the health care is free. On the other hand, citizens that have free health care are usually more content with their lives and in turn they have more money to sustain themselves instead of having to pay for medical insurance. Thus is it possible to have free health care without increasing taxes, because by using the funds properly, the government would be able to take a more direct helpful role on people's lives instead of institutionalizing everything.
Stealing my earnings, which is tantamount to enslaving me, is not a burden of me? You are not only a thief, but a reprobate thief. And, of course, being a thief, you want to disarm people. And no, thievery is quite a common idea, but grossly immoral nevertheless. Can you please explain me your moral justification for your desire to steal from your neighbors?
As I have already said, this is not a bizarre idea, many countries have free health care. How is it immoral? People are able to go to hospital for free (governmental not private) in many countries, hospitals aren't only built on tax payer money, they get other sources of income as well. Henceforth, if there is a proper allocation of tax, thereby funding sectors that actually need the money and which are important such as health care, people would be able to receive free health care. If you are wealthy enough to afford private institutes, then that's good for you. However, many of us will need to use the hospital some day e.g. on our deathbed, accidents, births etc. so this is NOT theft because everyone gets sick, therefore you'd be able to go to the clinic because you have a cold and not have to pay money which you could have used for other things.
This issue is not whether the idea is bizarre, but the fact that it is immoral, for it is premised and theft and slavery. Until you can justify the stealing of my money and labor without my consent to pay for your healthcare, you are nothing but a reprobate.