Would you rather have a “right to health insurance” or a “right to medical freedom” in the Constitution?

Would you rather have a “right to health insurance” or a “right to medical freedom” in the Constitution?

Issues Slaol 😕 Would you rather have a “right to health insurance” or a “right to medical freedom” in the Constitution
Right to health insurance – the right of everyone to have a third party dækning.Ret for medical freedom – the right to choose your own health care, even if it means being uninsured. Best answer:

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right to medical Freedom. Recent studies have shown that a large number of uninsured Americans are uninsured by choice, not the case.


What do you think? The answer below!

7 Replies to “Would you rather have a “right to health insurance” or a “right to medical freedom” in the Constitution?”

  1. The right to medical freedom is already there. The federal government has only enumerated powers, the rest are reserved to the states and the people. Health care is not enumerated.

  2. I can provide insurance for myself (if I choose to).

    I’d rather have the freedom…Considering that’s something that we can’t obtain for ourselves, and is a privilege that could potentionally become more difficult to retain, as well.

  3. Freedom is one of the most abused words in the English language.

    Being thrown from an airplane is also called free-falling.
    With a little propaganda, you could probably have most extreme right-wingers demand the right to free-fall and the declaration that parachutes are communist devices.

    Universal coverage makes sense for a modern country.

  4. The ONLY real option would be the”Right to Medical Insurance – the right for everyone to have third-party coverage” since the second choice simply can’t happen. Assume the following, very real scenario: you’re unemployed, homeless, and wandering the streets in a drunken stupor. You step of the curb (against the light) and get hit by a car. Some one who doesn’t know you calls 911. An ambulance arrives, takes you to a hospital and you’re treated for your two broken legs, cracked ribs, and concussion. After a week or so you’re released.After being presented with the bill you tell them you have no money and no insurance.Guess who picks up the tab?

  5. I think having medical clinics would be good for the uninsured, but I don’t think forcing a state insurance will work because the sick, weak, and old will be second class citizens as they would be considered a drain on resources. The government does not have a right to play God with our health. Ezekial Emmanual (Rahm’s brother) has already asked to change the hippocratic oath (euthanasia will be offered to rid U.S. of old, sick, weak, or costly citizens.

    Obama has hired Holdren, who wrote a book about forced sterilizations by contaminating our water, forced abortions, euthanasia intead of treatment, etc.

    Be very afraid. Vote out Democrats so they don’t force this crap on us.

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