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Remember folks, almost 80 million people in this country already qualify for some form of Government health care. So how do we know that 43 million do not have health insurance? Maybe some of them DO NOT QUALIFY for this "free" care (i.e., they make more than enough money to purchase their own insurance). So by giving them insurance for "free", we're basically subsidizing the personal purchases that they already consider MORE important than health care ...