Hey, buddy, I've got a son with autism to provide for (and will probably have to make sure he is provided for after my wife and I are gone) and 2 other kids whose future and college I need to worry about. Life has thrown me a few punches too. Forgive me if I concern myself more with those and decide that my sole purpose in life isn't to provide for people and make their life cozy, act as their life insurance policy when that "mayhem" guy strikes, and do everything I can possibly do to help them, even to the detriment of my own family.<quoted text>Tough love, eh buddy?
And yet you believe a government should enforce this and make your life that much better.
Forgive me if I think outside of a basic safety net, it's up to you to get out and get your own.