This argument is largely a counter-argument against the following arguments:
Taxes are collected for the above ends, taking the property of the citizenry in order to provide goods and services to the broader citizenry or simply to a section of the government that is in dyer need of these services. Nobody argues that taxing a citizen so that a policeman can protect another citizen is a violation of the first citizen’s inalienable rights. Why would this point be disregarded when addressing health care? Is protecting a citizen in a hospital different than protecting a citizen on the streets of London? No.
The opposition to universal health care often argues that taxation for health care violates the rights of other citizens. opposition’s argument against taxing some citizens for the sake of other citizens is simply an argument against all taxation.