Supposedly we are a "Christian Nation" but if you listen to almost any discussion concerning health care reform, you can't help but wonder if we practice what we preach. People who can't afford to pay for health insurance whether they are citizens or not are just as human as you and I and I would hope that none of us would turn our backs on an injured or sick person just because they don't have money or citizenship. Who among you would insist on being given preferential treatment over a young child who is suffering? If you pay for more than what you get for health insurance and part of your money is being "properly" used to help others, can you not look upon this as treating others as you would like to be treated. Pray about it! As long as I can afford to pay for my health insurance and I believe the money is being properly used for not only my healthcare but also for other human beings in need, I regard that money as part of my contribution to society.