Socialism or not, the reality is that we ultimately “foot the bill” regardless. Uninsured people lack access to primary care and thus go to the emergency room for issues that could have been treated by a primary care doctor. It turns out that emergency rooms are really expensive. When uninsured people cannot pay for their service, the hospital has to make up for it somehow. So the cost gets indirectly passed on to people who are insured byway of higher insurance charges which translates to higher premiums and deductibles.
There is a lot of rhetoric about keeping consumers safe online, preventing identity theft, preventing credit card fraud, etc. But what about businesses? Few people other than merchants realize that when there is credit card fraud, the business is the one who has to “eat it”.