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  • Healthcare is not a human right

    For the sense of equity, it is unjustifiable that people with hard earned money should be forced through taxation to pay for the healthcare of others. Of course, it would be good will to support the lower class in the pursuit of their health, but it is merely an issue relating to goodwill, and not something that should be compulsory. This creates a strictly one-way cycle, as some are forced to pay for others. If the opposition considers healthcare as a basic human right, is unwittingly taking from others, aka robbery, considered a human right?

  • Yes, health care is a basic human right.

    Humans are affordable unalienable rights that include LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

    Currently, those rights are being violated. In order for humans to have the right to life, we must also have the right to free health care.

    The exploitation of human suffering and basic necessities needs to end.

  • Yes, health care is a basic human right.

    Humans are affordable unalienable rights that include LIFE, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

    Currently, those rights are being violated. In order for humans to have the right to life, we must also have the right to free health care.

    The exploitation of human suffering and basic necessities needs to end.

  • Think Small Community Mentality

    I believe health care is a basic human right. If you think of life in a small community mentality, specific people perform different services. One person may be a baker, another may be a doctor. When the doctor needs bread, he goes to the baker. When the baker is ill, they seek the doctors services. The baker deserves health care because they help the community. The doctor deserves bread because eating is a basic human right as well. Neither is more deserving than the other.

  • Of course it is

    First of all, what is a human right? According to the united nations human rights organization, human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, whatever our nationality, place of residence, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status.
    People should be entitled to affordable health care. There are great risks to not having health care:
    If you were to get in an accident, you don't want to be thinking about whether or not it will cost you. And if you don't have health care and you don't have the money to pay, you must declare bankrupt. Which in turn, hurts your record.

    Health care needs to be affordable to everyone, for it is a human right.

    Here is a valid syllogism that i made: it can not be disproven by counterexample, and follows the five rules for valid syllogisms.


    If all human rights are entitled to humans,
    and all health care is a human right,
    then all healthcare is entitled to humans.

    We can also find passages from Proverbs 3:27:
    Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act.

  • Care For All!

    All people of the world should be able to receive adequate health care when they need it. How this would work is another question all together. When you are talking about governments providing plans and systems for this to work it starts getting very complicated and ever the best and brightest have not come up with the golden bullet. Much work is still needed to figure this one out.

  • Health Care Should Be A Human Right

    Other countries provide health care as a human right and I feel other countries should also do the same. Having the right to health care is a necessity. In fact, it's more of a necessity to provide healthcare to people, than providing well fare and other forms of help to some people who don't really need it.

  • Yes, every person should be entitled to health care.

    While it is the responsibility of every adult to take care of themselves, there are certain health conditions that need to be addressed by a medical professional. This means that everyone should have access to a doctor. When a person's health is fading, the individual is not able to perform basic duties that are necessary for day to day living. Failing health makes for several serious societal problems, which can compromise a person's ability to achieve his or her best in life.

  • Yes, Health Care is a Basic Human Right

    The right to proper health care should be extended to all human beings. If people are denied proper health care they will suffer from illness and disease that could easily be prevented. While it is true that people should take care of themselves financially so they can afford proper health care, those who have made bad choices in the past should not have to suffer, and even die for their mistakes.

  • No It's not and this is why

    You are entitled to rights which you can fulfill on your own or with others with their approval and good will. When there is something you want for yourself and you need other people to fulfill that (in this case you want health care) you are violating other people's human rights. You ask them to give away their money (private property) so you can fulfill your "human rights" (which isn't actually your human right given the circumstances above). Nobody is guilty for anyone's medical condition (unless someone caused it by their actions), unfortunately it is sad that people get sick but that is life. Being sensitive about other people and giving away from your own pocket is a big virtue but that's not the same as taking the money on your own from someone else's pocket.

  • Healthcare is not a human right

    For the sense of equity, it is unjustifiable that people with hard earned money should be forced through taxation to pay for the healthcare of others. Of course, it would be good will to support the lower class in the pursuit of their health, but it is merely an issue relating to goodwill, and not something that should be compulsory. This creates a strictly one-way cycle, as some are forced to pay for others. If the opposition considers healthcare as a basic human right, is unwittingly taking from others, aka robbery, considered a human right?

  • Healthcare is not a human right

    For the sense of equity, it is unjustifiable that people with hard earned money should be forced through taxation to pay for the healthcare of others. Of course, it would be good will to support the lower class in the pursuit of their health, but it is merely an issue relating to goodwill, and not something that should be compulsory. This creates a strictly one-way cycle, as some are forced to pay for others. If the opposition considers healthcare as a basic human right, is unwittingly taking from others, aka robbery, considered a human right?

  • Not a Right

    A basic human right is something that you are entitled to. The provision of healthcare from another professional to a sick or injured individual is not required. Would it be awesome if everyone could get the love, care, and medication they need? Of course! But in reality, it is not someone's right to have those things. Yes, basic human rights are the pursuit of life, liberty, and property (if we are really getting old school). For those of you saying "life," that means the chance to live your life. That does not necessarily encompass receiving medical care.

  • Constitutional rights have one thing in common: they are rights to action, not to a reward based on work from other people.

    American rights impose no obligations on other people, to provide you with anything. The Constitution guarantees you the chance to pursue and work for what you want—not to be given something based on the efforts of somebody else. In other words: you have the right to act, and to keep the results of your actions, the products you make, to keep them or to trade them with others, if you wish. But you have no constitutional right to the actions or products of others, except on terms to which they voluntarily agree.

  • Constitutional rights have one thing in common: they are rights to action, not to a reward based on work from other people.

    American rights impose no obligations on other people, to provide you with anything. The Constitution guarantees you the chance to pursue and work for what you want—not to be given something based on the efforts of somebody else. In other words: you have the right to act, and to keep the results of your actions, the products you make, to keep them or to trade them with others, if you wish. But you have no constitutional right to the actions or products of others, except on terms to which they voluntarily agree.

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  • Not a right

    Why do people feel entitled to health care? Healthcare services are available only as the result of people working to find solutions to health problems. Therefore, yes there is a cost to partake in the fruits of that labor. Health care providers have labored to learn about health and procedures. Why is this considered a human right? Life is not health. The condition of health is heavily based on the result of personal choices. Everyone is responsible for their own health, their own choices and their own life. Each individual needs to own up, take responsibility for their life on this planet ,and stop looking for someone else to take care of them. Be the change you want to see yall.

  • Should rights for one cost money for others?

    How can it be a basic human right when it requires services to be provided that aren't free? Someone has to pay for those services or be forced to provide them without cost. Of course a society should strive to take care of its elderly and under privileged. How do YOU contribute to that societal cost?


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