Obviously, hence the need for individuals to use common sense to prepare for such accidents by SAVING MONEY, or investing privately in a health care plan.Cruella said:
Accidents are beyond an individual's control Osborn, and often result in ill-health.
PPPPPPP. Proper prior planning prevents piss poor performance.Cruella said:
How would a government, or an individual control those kinds of ill-health?
In order, who bears most responsibility for a persons health.....
*the individuals family
*the individuals friends
*the individuals supported charity orgs.
A man is only as good as his word, and a mans credit is only as good as his history of repayment for valid debt. At all of the above levels, that "history" is both verifiable and relevant. With government, it is not.
There should be humility and a measure of shame to be associated with asking for help..... that is the case when a person is forced to provide for themselves, from family, friends, etc..... not when applying for charity from an anonymous, faceless gubbmint agency, especially since its obvious government CAN'T dole charity, as it has no means of EARNING money.... only a means of theiving it via taxation, which means it has no right or entitlement to such monies, much less, for redistribution based on subjective moral purposes.