Saying insurance is socialistic is ridiculous. It fails to meet key criteria for what the word socialist means.
It may not be that 100% of government bureaucracies are more wasteful than businesses, but any business that's as poorly run as the government is won't last long.
The two choices of socializing health insurance or people dieing aren't a real choice. Socializing health care will just lead to rationing and possibly more people dieing sooner than they do now.
Also, "preventative care" is largely a red herring. Ie, we don't need "preventative care" for diabetes and fat-induced stroke/heart disease - we need better education on the dangers of poor lifestyle choices. And we need better incentives for being healthy.
I'd rather my employer just give me the extra money and I'll buy health insurance. What on earth is so special about health insurance? My employer doesn't directly buy my groceries. It makes no sense.
You are continuing to make the same fallacious arguments you did before. I have already addressed these points.
You apparently only know the Fox news definition of socialism. I'm talking about reality.
Another baseless assertion.
You are claiming a false dichotomy without stating another option. Then a baseless assertion, where there is actually evidence to the contrary. Not to mention the whole thing is a straw man, as I am not talking about socializing health care.
No, we need preventative care. You are supposed to get check ups every so often to catch things before they become a big expensive problem. When you get older, you need additional procedures. Education is only part of it.
Wow that is a stunning display of ignorance. It is because your employer can get a volume discount. So it is cheaper to give insurance as a benefit than to give the money needed to buy it on your own. At least with our current system anyway.
If all you are going to do is ignore my points and spout off logical fallacies, I see no reason to continue discussing it.