Have you ever known someone who had a loved one who was suffering from a terrible disease or injury? Someone whose child or wife or husband was terribly ill? Have you ever known someone in that situation who was uninsured? Or underinsured? Who was dealing with a a horrible health crisis, and had no idea how to pay for it? Who was slowly realizing he or she would end up grief-stricken, alone and homeless?
Have you ever seen how someone like that worries night and day? How it destroys them from within? How he or she can't sleep, can't eat, can't focus, can't think of anything but pain and loss and need and fear?
Is that the person you want fixing your brakes? Or servicing your elevator? Flying your plane? Working the crane on the construction site next to your office? Driving the truck in the lane next to yours? Driving your kids' school bus?
The health care crisis is everyone's problem. It's your problem. Even if you have insurance.