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It’s a typically cool, cloudless July 4th morning in Colorado Springs, so my mind inevitably wanders to…what else but health reform. When, oh when, will we have the market-based health care system we need so that I can move on to addressing simpler problems? Like world peace. But when better than Independence Day to ponder an important question of the day: Is health care a right?
I wish it were. It would be so much simpler if all Americans could exercise their right to medical care as they do their rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. If health care were on a par with, say, the right to free speech, my right to medical care would not limit your access to the same thing. The supply would be free and limitless. Any question of violation of that right would be dealt with by the courts.