Debating the supposed “right” to health care in the Constitution

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From a post at the John Locke Foundation:

If someone has an enforceable right to something, someone else must have an enforceable duty to provide it. “Rights are nice, but someone has to the pay the bills.” […] Who might that someone be? Congress in the exercise of its powers to tax and appropriate? The citizenry through the purchase of private health insurance? How is this newly discovered positive right to be enforced in the real world? By equitable specific performance orders issuing from some federal court? Not likely.

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