So my statement was wondering why it's different that purchasers of auto insurance pay more with a record of accidents and speeding tickets? It's generally accepted that you pay for the consiquences of your life choices - but not when it comes to health care?
Of special note, such
shenanigans are already being deployed in North Carolina with the
state employees' health plan to control personal behavior. As was
announced this week, both smokers and the obese will be charged higher
premiums on their health insurance. Do you want the state or federal
government deciding your lifestyle?