Yes my post was directed at you.
I agree that: If you don't have a car, you shouldn't pay for car insurance.
Thing is, unless your bio-chassis is truly remarkable, you WILL eventually need health care. Thing is health care is similar to life insurance. The system doesn't work if you wait until you 'need it', to buy it.
Try buying life or health insurance after getting diagnosed with cancer.
As to the word games you are playing with 'justice' vs 'fairness', I don't know what you mean.
As far as my view of us being in this adventure called life together - I do believe it. Its ok that you think otherwise.
Far as your grasp of insurance goes, the fact that you compare auto insurance for a non car owner, to health insurance for a young healthy (at this moment in time) person, tells me all I need to know.
If you think I don't know what insurance is, or how it works, then you are terribly mistaken.
I don't know what you're carrying on about fairness for. Was that aimed at someone else? You'll note I said nothing about fairness. Life isn't fair. Hopefully, though, our social constructs, such as laws are JUST though. Don't confuse the 2. They aren't even remotely related.
What you're missing, in your comparison on car insurance, is what if I don't own a car? Do I have to pay it anyways? No. To demand someone pay for something do not have, and could never conceivably use isn't unfair, it is unjust. Regardless of this, you too have completely missed my point in this thread. You are interested in governments telling you how to live your life (well, telling others, they'd never do that to you /sarcasm) and have no interest in things like freedom.
It's about more than money MEM. I don't have some illusion that I'm entitled to any service. If that's something you can't conceive, I don't know what to tell you. Perhaps you should read some Thomas Paine, Montesquieu, Jefferson, and other Enlightenment thinkers?
We aren't all "in this together". You don't believe that. Not for a second. It's a platitude that you spout because it sounds intellectual--and if you take the time to think on it, you'll see that the sound is hollow.