Rather than argue over who pays for what and who gets health insurance or access to care, and who doesn’t, maybe we need to step back and ask different questions, starting with…
“Is basic health care a human right, or is it an earned privilege?”
And if people can’t afford it, does that mean they aren’t working hard enough, aren’t determined enough, or are just Losers and don’t deserve it?
People in politics often criticize people in entertainment for using their fame to promote policy changes to help humanity. Maybe they could learn from looking in the mirror and listening to young Michael Jackson.