As a man, i would feel guilty to take money on a regular basis from another working individual. I feel unless you're disabled and unable to provide for yourself, you should buy your own food, housing AND HEALTH CARE.
Very few people in this country bear the full burden of their health care costs. The vast majority of us are subsidized - significantly - by our employers, and now some of us will be subsidized by the federal government.
Anyone who thinks that this has not been happening for decades is delusional. It's just like we pay for uninsured motorist coverage on our auto insurance - while it's not my fault that there are uninsured drivers on the road, I pay to protect myself in the event that one of them hits me, so their very existance results in a cost to me. Similarly, you and I (and everyone else in this with insurance in the US) pay, through inflated premiums and degraded services, for folks who don't have insurance but still receive treatment, in many cases in the emergency room, the only place in the hospital deemed less likely to turn away people who need medical help, insured or not.
It is a monstrous demonstration of selfishness and myopathy to make statements like "Everyone in this country has the ability to do (insert goal or objective here) so I shouldn't have to bear the cost of their needs." It shows how few people you've met, and how lucky you must be to only know people who are, by whatever method, able to be self-sufficient.
Having health insurance shouldn't be a symbol of good fortune or luck, it should be a basic human right. This bill takes us a few small steps closer to making it less of the former and more of the latter, no matter how entitled you feel you are to live in a world where nobody but you matters, whether or not you're one moment of bad luck/fortune away from being in the exact same position (job loss, major illness, etc) that many of these 32 million uninsured Americans are.