exactly...only the few who are chronic consumers of medical care ever give much consideration to insurance...<quoted text>no one was worried about insurance growing up. We never said we could hardly wait until we could buy insurance. Young adults haven't changed in the respect that they want items such as cars, shoes, new clothes, furniture and money in their pockets. They want to travel, go for a drive-go to dinner-- Pay for their date--they don't care about insurance and they certainly are not going to take away from items they want, to purchase insurance.
If Galt was interviewing a potential employee and the candidate's first question was about medical insurance, the interview would be over (for all practical purposes).