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The health care tax penalty is now expected to affect 6 million uninsured people. Allowing for the exceptions to the rule - financial hardship, religious objections, and certain other circumstances - do you think the health care tax penalty is fair?
Absolutely! If you can afford health insurance, you should get it so the government doesn't have to foot the bill.
45%
Maybe. You should get insurance if you can afford it, but I'm not sure if a tax is the way to make it happen.
17%
I'm neutral on the fairness, but I don't think people should be forced to buy health insurance, even if they can afford it.
9%
I'm neutral on the fairness, but I do think people who can afford health insurance should pay for it themselves.
12%
No way! A person should not be taxed for choosing not to have health insurance.
1%
As long as I can pay for health insurance, I'm not really concerned.
1%
As long as I can get government assistance, I'm not really concerned.
1%
I'm still not clear on this whole subject.
10%
Total votes are 472
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by Brenda Bell
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