The other night in the debate, Obama said that I have a right to healthcare. Only that’s not what he meant. He meant that I have a right to healthcare insurance even if that means you pay for it.
[How do I know? Because indigents can walk into any emergency care facility and they will get treated without insurance.]
What I’d like to know is how I can have this right to healthcare insurance but I don’t have the right to the health insurance that I want to have.
You know – the one that doesn’t mandate birth control/chiropractic care/mental health/and massage.
Michael F. Cannon suggests that it would certainly make my right match more closely with my pocketbook, leaving you (in the form of the government) out of it!