If we will give a man better health care for being a felon rather than unemployed or homeless, our society has made a wrong turn somewhere. I'm not saying we shouldn't take care of certain people, even people who have wronged us, but I am saying that if the level of care available to a prisoner far outstrips that available to someone starving and dying on the streets, or someone who just can't afford to pay, then something has gone horribly wrong.
Mokalus of Borg
PS - Then again, some people would refuse it as "charity".
PPS - I don't think health care is one of those helping hands you should turn down.