If you want control over your own health care, over your own life, you have to pay your own way. The more you do that, the more you're in control. To the extent that someone else is paying your bills, they will be in control. You seem to be coming at this from the conviction that no one can pay for their own health care, and I'd ask you to really pause and consider that premise. Imagine if this were the situation with food. Let's say we regulated food to the point that the average person could no longer afford to feed themselves. In that case, should we spend our time debating whether government, or corporations, should feed people? Or should you question how we got to a place where something as fundamental as food is too expensive for the average consumer?