Re: “Don’t ‘act’ like you care about my health” (Letters, March 11): I’m sorry the writer feels his choices were taken away from him and his family by the Affordable Care Act.
But lets assume he, or a member of his family gets a disease or just breaks a leg. He says he can’t afford insurance. Can he afford to pay for medical services to treat these ailments? If not, then the writer is saying the taxpayers should foot the bill. Perhaps taxpayers want more choices, like the choice not to pay the writer’s medical expenses.
There are some choices we need to give up. We’re all in this together and we need to look at the larger picture.
Candice Carleton, Modesto