Health care is a basic human right

Is health care a basic human right

  • 1) yes it is eveywhere but the usa

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • 2) no I'm your typical sociopath die in the gutter you parasite

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 3) maybe it isnt a right,but the government should help the poor, or private charities

    Votes: 1 50.0%

  • Total voters
    2
Sep 2018
5,666
948
cleveland ohio
#1
Everywhere else in the world in developed nations , Health care in some way is a gauranteed right a service provided by the state to everyone like police service fire prtection, education, what is wrong with Americans, what is the dark cancer that exists in the soul of this nation that makes its people so cruel and selfish? why do you think your so called freedom, entitled you to do nothng while others starve or freeze to death or go without health care, tjhis is why we will impose socialism on you whether you like it or not .. so get ready for those fema camps and black helicopters, one more reason to take your guns away


 
Sep 2015
13,251
4,896
Brown Township, Ohio
#2
Everywhere else in the world in developed nations , Health care in some way is a gauranteed right a service provided by the state to everyone like police service fire prtection, education, what is wrong with Americans, what is the dark cancer that exists in the soul of this nation that makes its people so cruel and selfish? why do you think your so called freedom, entitled you to do nothng while others starve or freeze to death or go without health care, tjhis is why we will impose socialism on you whether you like it or not .. so get ready for those fema camps and black helicopters, one more reason to take your guns away


Who put Man on the Moon? The US is the only country that did that without foreign help.
 
Sep 2018
5,666
948
cleveland ohio
#6
France not even in the top 20.
then why do the french live on average two years longer than us? this isnt even important over all they life longer and infant mortality is about half of what it is here, ddi you know that? prevntaie medicine is part of that, the french artent fat pigs they dont get sick in the firstplace
 
Nov 2017
1,431
793
.
#7
It ought to be a basic human right & it isn't when the state gets in the way between patients and providers, and the incentive for those who produce the goods used by the healthcare industry to treat patients. If the state interferes, such as with death panels, it's doing the opposite; it's "infringing on" (interfering with) that basic human "right" (need).
 
Sep 2018
5,666
948
cleveland ohio
#8
France not even in the top 20.
American life expectancy has declined by three-tenths of a year from its peak of 78.9 years in 2014. And while Americans get sicker, their counterparts in other developed nations have begun to live longer lives. “Life expectancy is 84.1 years in Japan and 83.7 years in Switzerland, first and second in the most-recent ranking by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The U.S. ranks 29th on that list,” Marketwatch reported. The old canard — that correlation isn’t causation — still holds, but it’s worth mentioning that most other developed nations have some sort of robust public option for health-care coverage in place. Japan, for example, has publicly financed national insurance, and monthly premiums are determined by a person’s income.
 
Sep 2018
5,666
948
cleveland ohio
#10
then why do the french live on average two years longer than us? this isnt even important over all they life longer and infant mortality is about half of what it is here, ddi you know that? prevntaie medicine is part of that, the french artent fat pigs they dont get sick in the firstplace
The U.S. has the lowest life expectancy at birth among comparable countries How does U.S. life expectancy compare to other countries? - Peterson-Kaiser Health System Tracker