You don't think that there is a surplus of labor at this level?
Yes. I would consider letting the poor die off as a sneaky form of amoral social eugenics however. I would also support ...
You have a point. Okay, so there are people in my country who probably don't "deserve" healthcare, but how would you separate them from those who do? I am pretty certain I would support free healthcare for people up to the age of somewhere between 18 and 25. After that, it would still stay free if you were in full-time (or possibly part-time?) education. The rest? I'm not sure if it would be better to be fascistic about it and have strict guidelines for who would be allowed free healthcare, or to have an expensive bureaucratic system that guarantees those who deserve healthcare, get it, or to risk useless people taking advantage of a system that doesn't discriminate.
I disapprove of economics interfering in what (I think) should be a moral problem.