"I've been without insurance most of my life. It's pretty immaterial for the discussion. I ignored everything else you said because your argument boils down to, "What's good for me must also be good for America.""
"We have what is essentially free education from kindergarten, no wait pre-school, up through and out of High School and sometimes even through a four year degree for much of the population. How is that viewed, how does that work, how many take…"
"Yeah, not sure if you're just choosing to ignore everything I said or what, but ok. I don't think I said anywhere in my statement that this is good for me, it's totally awesome. I have no preexisting conditions, I have…"
"The percentage of Americans that are uninsured has decreased. A variety of data sources show that approximately 14-18% of Americans were uninsured during the 2000s (with a peak of 16-18% during the recession) and that 10-13% of Americans are…"
"I'm not saying in general. I'm saying in my instance it was a direct correlation to the number of insured. I have no idea what the numbers are on the country as a whole, but when you look at it on a smaller scale, the effects…"