What's so bad about paying a little more taxes so someone else can have free medical care?

Somewhere out there, there's a little kid who hasn't been covered by insurance since her single mom got laid off. They may or may not have a real residence. If she gets sick or injured and needs professional medical attention, then her mom better hope there's a Socialist free clinic nearby. I just fail... show more Somewhere out there, there's a little kid who hasn't been covered by insurance since her single mom got laid off. They may or may not have a real residence. If she gets sick or injured and needs professional medical attention, then her mom better hope there's a Socialist free clinic nearby. I just fail to see what's wrong with paying a couple hundred more dollars a year so other Americans can stop being placed in that kind of situation. I'm not going to miss or even notice the money, and it might mean the difference between life and death for some innocent person who, through no fault of their own, can't currently afford medical care on their own.
Update: "Just because you won't miss the money, it doesn't mean other people won't. If you feel obligated to share your money with others, donate it. But don't force other taxpayers to pay more just because you want to." There's a difference between donating to a cause and a nationalized... show more "Just because you won't miss the money, it doesn't mean other people won't. If you feel obligated to share your money with others, donate it. But don't force other taxpayers to pay more just because you want to."
There's a difference between donating to a cause and a nationalized healthcare plan...
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