Do you think that someone's ability to access healthcare (including emergency situations such as accidents) should be based upon their ability to pay, for example if they have no health insurance?
This thread on helmet and seatbelt laws has taken an interesting turn:
It became a discussion about whether or not someone’s access to healthcare, including emergencies, should be based upon their ability to pay.
Do you think that people should be denied healthcare because they cannot pay? Do you think in emergency situations, someone’s ability to pay should trump their receiving care? Do you think if someone has a disease, they should be denied healthcare because they cannot pay?
I am keeping my opinions out of this question so as not to skew the discussion.