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Since your first statement is a complete lie, I hope you realize the irony of your second statement
Well tell me then, who picks up the tab for this-
HHS cites reports by Families USA and the journal Health Affairs showing that total uncompensated care in the U.S. was between $56 billion and $73 billion in 2008. Two-thirds of that amount is attributed to hospital care.
I will tell you - People who pay there medical bills!
Think about this for a moment,
You're driving through a school zone , children are present. The speed limit is 20 mph.
Most law abiding citizens will obey the speed limit and the children are protected.
Lets say there were no speed limit, you could drive through that school zone as fast as your vehicle will go. Imagine the carnage.
Some will try it anyway, no law is fool proof, but most folks do obey.
Now do you understand why we need laws to protect us from the ignorance of others.
No irony on my part, just and astounding amount of short sighted ignorance on your behalf.