Yes, I know it's a major campaign issue. And yes, millions of Americans are without coverage because of a variety of things. But I think we're looking at the wrong side of the issue, or even the wrong issue entirely. Broaden your focus, please, to look at the possible root cause of societal ills like a health-care crisis, gun and other weapon crime, child abuse, drug and substance abuse, poor health of many who necessitate more health care, etc.
Personal responsibility and a sense of absolute morality. Fewer people cannot swallow that than certain readers may think. How does my proposition impact the above areas?
- Weapon crime: Citizens own weapons. A man's home is his castle. (Hooray for SCOTUS!)
- Child abuse: When human life is cheapened by abortion (for which reasons include  a moral code that serves self and  unwillingness to have responsibility for a helpless human being for at least eight months), born children are affected too.
- Substance abuse: Your body is not yours to do absolutely anything to.
- Poor health: Many preventable diseases and conditions stem from an unhealthy lifestyle, e.g. couch potato.