Last week's CNN-Tea Party Express Republican debate included a discussion about health insurance--and whether the government should provide health insurance and healthcare benefits to citizens.
U.S. Rep Ron Paul promoted the ideal of communities caring for people who need help--but is that realistic? A vast majority of people who don't have health insurance are children, the poor and older adults--who simply cannot afford to buy health insurance policies.
Read about the politics of health insurance, and how privatizing Medicare, Social Security and other government programs could hurt the people who most need help. Then let us know where you stand on this issue by leaving a comment below.