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Healthcare and Entitlement

Earle McNeil, San Clemente

There is no entitlement for healthcare. Your only rights are to life, liberty and your right to work hard (pursue) to attain happiness. This means that no one is entitled to take anything from another person. Now, if someone is in dire straits, the rest of us can chip in and help them, but they have to understand that they are not entitled to this help.

If you insist on the concept of entitlement:

  1. Remember, that I too would be entitled, so sit down and write me a check.
  2. Those who pay more in taxes should be entitled to vote more times in an election. If you do not believe this, then the converse is true, if you are only entitled to vote once, you are only entitled to pay the same tax as everyone else does.

The end result of this is that everyone ends up paying for their own destiny and healthcare.

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