MCA wrote:2) Yes you are asking me to pay for your care if you don't have Health Insurance. Because if you don't have insurance, and you get hit by that bus, the care is going to be paid through a premium tax paid for by those that carry insurance.
Why should it be? I have $70,000 in liquid assets. Nobody needs to do a damn thing for me.
And who gets hit by buses anyway? Either they have the green and I'm waiting until it goes by to cross the street, or it's stopped and it can't hurt me. Only a stupid reckless asshole could get hit by a bus, and even then, if you cross against an orange hand, you should be denied access to an insurance pool for your care.
3) I guess in your head, something that happened a full 2 administrations ago, that isn't getting repealed, NOR something that has ANYTHING TO DO WITH ANY OF THESE CANDIDATES is worth voting on in this election.
You really don't think Charlie Baker is going to screw people to help his friends? This is Massachusetts...they don't work for you and me, they work for themselves. I guarantee you that, if elected, he will make this racket more beneficial for his cronies at his old company.
This is really my only problem. I'm 26 and single. There are two things in my life that bother me: overpriced mandatory health insurance that I dont' want and not getting laid. Not much the state can do to fix the latter, so I'm down to a single issue.
4) The exact reason I told you to buy a higher deductible is so YOU could hold on to that money and not pay it to them in premium.
You clearly don't know what a deductible is.
Oh, I misunderstood. I thought you were telling ME to pay $3,000 to get the high deductible. Believe me, I'm familiar with how insurance works.