Shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the legislation to require affordable health insurance in America, I thought—that's not much different than requiring I buy insurance when I register my car, and homeowner insurance when I take out a mortage to buy a house.
So, what if we had to choose among those sorts of insurance, which would we choose?
The result was two out of three chose health insurance for themselves, over car insurance.
Now I'm not saying I want to give up my car in order to do that; the house, maybe.
How about you?
Any of this bring on musings about looking back after a decade on the landmark healthcare legislation? Post comments below