Stealing from others to pay for yourself (health care)(.?..) free health care so where do you think the money comes from the trees?
I just wanted to comment briefly on the idea that a nationalized health care system is stealing from others, and to clarify that such a system is in no way "free".
Any talk of health care is implicitly referring to a system of insurance. Insurance is a financial instrument used to reduce the impact of catastrophic events on any one individual or entity. One does not typically refer to the purchasers of insurance as "thieves", nor see the financial institutions underwriting insurance policies as perpetual "victims".
An Example: If I purchase auto insurance and then am unfortunate enough to crash into a tree, asking the insurance company to reimburse me is not stealing.
In fact, people who buy insurance are acting very responsibly, because they are helping to ensure stability in society by being able to live up to their own personal and professional obligations.
I hope that helps.
PS, No I don't think the money will come from trees, it should come from policy premiums and reserves. I would elaborate, but I am boring myself with all this insurance talk.