- Apr 8, 2013
Except you have no calculation, data, or study support your broad statement.
It's just you crafting your own conclusion in self-delusion.
What calculation, data or study support do you need to conclude that when taxes are being used to pay for everyone's health insurance, individuals and employer's don't have to pay for it? And what calculation, data or study support do you need to realize that analyses of how much the program will cost in taxpayer dollars aren't taking this into consideration?
Someone is currently paying for our health insurance, largely private insurance which is more expensive than any insurance provided by the government (i.e. Medicare). An MFA program is just shifting the cost of health insurance from individuals and companies to all taxpayers equally, and lowering the cost of the insurance. If you want a real analysis of the issue, you have to look at not only the cost to taxpayers, but the even greater amount saved in the private sector as a result.