Arenera wrote: ↑
Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:13 am
Health care is a right that shouldn't be contingent on the ideological agendas of politicians," said Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon, the top Democrat on the Senate committee that oversees Medicaid.
Just because someone says it a right doesn’t make it a right.
South Africa says health care is a right yet its citizens don’t have healthcare.
So someone says healthcare is a right.
That mean that all the doctors who payed to put themselves through school do the work to study and learn have no right to the work they do. If others have a right to healthcare that means that the doctors have no choice in it. They have to provide it.
Even if the government mandated they provide healthcare to others. the effect of that would mean less people would become doctors because it’s not worth it. If they don’t make a good living there is no reason to go through and pay for all the schooling. If the state payed the schooling and payed for the doctors salary to work a job that they were required to do to provide healthcare the quality of the service would go down.
Healthcare is not a right. It’s a desire. It’s is our own responsibility to ensure for ourselves. It’s why following the word of wisdom very very closely is so important.
This is a nation of the people for the people. The governments power comes from the people for the good of the people.
If healthcare is a right that means that as an individual I have the right to have my neighbors pay for my healthcare.
That mean Arenera you are required to pay my healthcare. So pay up. If you don’t I will send the government over and fine you or put you in jail.
But I don’t really have that power do I. So if the government is doing that it has gone from being in service of the people to a tyrant of the people.
Healthcare is a desire not a right.