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Should the U.S. government require its citizens to have health insurance?

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  • The U.S. government should not require its citizens to have health insurance?

    The U.S. government should not require its citizens to have health insurance. This is because of the fact that having health insurance is a precaution that shouldn't be necessary. The citizen should be free to choose whether or not they want to take the risk of not having health insurance.

  • With rights come responsibility.

    If we're going to call health insurance a basic right of all Americans, then as with all basic rights there come some basic responsibilities. Therefore, I don't have a problem with the government of the United States ensuring that this right is backed up by personal responsibility by requiring everyone to have health insurance.

  • Yes for certain reasons.

    The reasons that the US Government should require citizens to have health care is mainly in order to support the droping of pre existing conditions. If having this old provision dropped mean that everyone needs health care, then so be it. I think that in the end it will be a good thing.

  • The United States government should require its citizens to have health insurance.

    The United States government should require its citizens to have health insurance. Uninsured Americans are putting too much strain on our already fragile health care system. If every one have health care, then costs for emergency rooms and other urgent care would decrease, making America a better place to live.

  • Health Insurance usually doesn't pay off

    Health Insurance typically doesn't pay off, making you pay for it is usually a waste of time and money. Since health insurance is not a public plan, the US government cannot force its citizens to sign a contract and give up money. Plus, forcing the citizens of a country to pay for health insurance seems unconstitutional. People have an unalienated right to happiness. Forcing people to pay for health insurance WON'T make people happy.

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  • The United States should not require people to purchase healthcare.

    The government's role is not to pressure or add hardship to it's people. It also has the worst record of stewardship in the history of our country. Every government office you walk into is filled with long wait times, poor service, and underpaid staff. Why on Earth would you entrust them with more? People who don't have insurance with can't afford it, or choose not to have it. You should not place mandates and tax penalties on all the people for the benefit of some. Especially when there are so many other options. The AHA does not address the major problems with health in America, nor does it make life easier for the majority. It would be more beneficial to secure our borders, release American jobs to Americans by deporting illegals gradually, ease cost of living by providing natural energy resources to households & communities, improve building requirements in locations prone to certain disasters to reduce the cost of aid needed during and after a crisis', and push for the USA to become a great producer of goods to the world again.

  • Mandates of all kinds, including "healthcare", are the destroyers of a free society.

    Socialist groups have been speaking for many years on healthcare in America being their route to the socialisation of America. Now it is happening. First, mandating religious groups to comply with obamacare instead of their consciences. Now stretching into other areas. The people let the Government force them to deny their conscience to obey a law. Now, we see a county clerk thrown in jail for following their conscience. Canada socialized healthcare at first, and now, a preacher has to submit his sermon to the government for approval before her can preach it. People must take a stand, or all the freedoms the pilgrims came here for, to worship and live out their faith, will be trampled.

  • No it should be a choice

    One of the great things about our nation is freedom. We have a freedom to choose most anything in life. That has now changed with the health care bil. Everyone is now required to have insurance or pay a fine to the government if they don't. That doesn't sound much like democracy to me.

  • The U.S. Government Should Not Require Health Insurance

    No, the U. S. government should not require its citizens to have health insurance. Not every citizen can adequately afford decent health insurance. In fact, the bottom quentile of earners in the U. S. struggle to make such payments. Instead, the U. S. government should strive to provide adequate health care regardless of one's ability to pay.


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