by birth a little troubling, The viking skull full over print shirt and that’s all my point is about. Because, what if no one chooses to become a doctor? Do we force people to become doctors? Anyway, I do appreciate you sharing the link, that’s the most useful thing to come out of this thread.
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To make it a human right would imply that not providing healthcare would be a human rights violation… which is a slippery slope, and the core of what I’m talking about. Michelle, I understand that there are laws that ensure care is administered. I’m just not so sure that we should make it a human rights violation to not administer care. you have the right to sue a hospital ER The viking skull full over print shirt if they refuse to treat you. You have the legal right to medical care, if you are in a traffic accident the police can’t ask to see
your insurance ID before calling an ambulance. I don’t see what the point is of harping on the term “human right”. It’s largely symbolic. whether something is a human right, a legal right, or just a right – what is the difference. Most people on this thread are kneejerk reacting and taking mental shortcuts to assume that I don’t support socialized healthcare. I do support and am in favor of healthcare for all, but I find the concept of someone elses work being your RIGHT