Of course the title of this post is absurd. But in light of Ron Paul's answer to Wolf Blitzer's question (and the silence of the other candidates), it's worth pointing out that "Let Him Die" has some bipartisan support:
But Congress could address this problem more directly. The law could give people a right to opt out of the mandate if they signed a form agreeing that they could not opt in for the following five years. In other words, instead of paying a fine, they would forgo a potential benefit. For five years they would become ineligible for federal subsidies for health insurance and, if they did buy coverage, no insurer would have to cover a pre-existing condition of theirs. [...]
What would happen if after opting out, people got sick and couldn’t pay their bills? In that case, by their own choice, they’d be back in the world that exists today. They could still try to buy insurance without a subsidy; they just wouldn’t be guaranteed any insurer would take them.