"Then figure out a way to present yourself in a respectable manner."
Go fuck yourself.
You haven't bothered to address my points directly, instead you complain about the GOP or dismiss things out of hand. Your point about interstate commerce is probably the only halfway legit point you made, except that it's logically flawed. In our mobile society, that would make everything the domain of the feds. If I see a doctor in my state using a plan that's only offered in my state, there's no federal interest, and thus interstate commerce cannot apply.
"Having some form of [auto] insurance, or an alternative, is mandated across the civilized world."
Not in New Hampshire, the last state that still tries to let its residents live free. Our state trusts that its residents will behave responsibly. It works.
"If you wanted that, you should have called your Congressman and told them to train another few thousand doctors and nurses."
Congressman don't typically teach medicine.
"What, you think I believe for a second that if Trump wanted to do something, that he'd let a mere technicality like the Constitution stop him?"
You're confusing the two parties. Obama tried to do things with executive orders that the courts struck down. They even cited his own speeches where he had said such orders wouldn't be legal.
"Give us a plan."
"Look, you can blather on and on about this threat to your liberty all you want, it'll just be tiresome."
Yes, the Constitution is a real problem, isn't it?
"That's untrue, in fact, being able to effect a new government is part of why we have elections and revolutions."
Right.. a violent revolt is just like changing insurers. You should download the updates to your talking points. Or not, I don't really care.