Do you admire those anti-health care tea party protesters? Are you taken in by all the talk of freedom and liberty? Do you find their stupidity and risk taking a gutsy lifestyle you would like for your family? Well, welcome to the world of individualistic, devil may care freeloaders.
Good god, this is the voice of the opposition?
Donald Bowles (not pictured) should be a winner, too. The self-employed Oklahoma City man and his wife can't afford insurance on an income that's usually below $30,000 a year, often much lower. They seldom go to a doctor. When they do, it's often a free clinic.
But Bowles, 51, doesn't want the government's help. He'd rather take his chances and fend for himself. "I won't take Medicaid, and I will not pay the fine. They'll give me good health benefits in prison, I believe," he quips. "If you can't provide for yourself, why should everyone else provide for you?"