Strawman. I never claimed I have perfect health or that I will have perfect health. I said I am responsible for myself.
I am 32 years old but I have saved about 1/3 of the money I have earned since I started working when I was 19. My passive income is a bit higher than half of my active income. I have enough assets and money saved that I will be fine (financially) through just about any disaster that I may encounter. Anything that I am not capable of covering, a UHC system would not cover.
Furthermore, while I am American, I do not reside in America. A policy that would force me to purchase something that I not only do not want but literally can not use is simply retarded. There's a reason why things are paid for with taxes and not mandates.
Finally, while I am still on the fence about whether America should or should not adopt a UHC system similar to France's or Canada's, I would not be against a proposed switch to such a system. I am against the retarded Obamacare system though. It is not a UHC system and does not fix the problems with our system (except for 1). It is piecemeal that simply exacerbates most of the laws with the current system.