Is Healthcare a universal and inalienable right?
1. The Range of Ideas
Yes. Maybe. No.
Some questions to help you get started.
Does the U.S. Constitution put forth the idea or philosophy that peoples’ health is the responsibility of the federal government?
Is healthcare the responsibility of the states?
Did Jesus promote the idea of peoples’ health and well being as a right and responsibility of humanity?
Is it fiscally plausible to provide healthcare to everyone indefinitely?
Is healthcare a moral and ethical responsibility of society?
Do individuals bear any responsibility for their own healthcare?
Does taking the responsibility of healthcare away from the individual and making it a universal right given by the federal or state government improve society, fiscal responsibility, and advance civilized society?
2. Dogmas, Faslehoods, & Doesn’t Matter.
Tear into this discussion & separate out everything that’s untrue & doesn’t matter. Yes, this is probably going to hurt a little.
3. Facts & Truths.
What matters, what’s relevant, what’s real?
Challenge what you thought you knew & look at what actually is.
4. Essentials of Faith
What in this dicussion, if anything, is absolutely necessary for salvation?
Take a deep breath, you’re done with the discussion!
But if you like, here’s a thought just for fun.
In the afterlife, will we still bear the scars and other physical signs of our current life?