The only oneIt's one of several letters printed today from people opposed to Obama's health care plan.
I’ve heard a lot lately that health care is a right. I thought about that and reflected on the rights that the Founders determined needed to be clearly defined, in the Bill of Rights. Obviously, health care wasn’t mentioned, but there was something that struck me about the rights enshrined. When you think of the more commonly defined rights — speech, religion, assembly, bearing arms — think of this: While all these are protected from the government, none can be compelled upon you. You can’t be forced to speak, read or write a paper, join a religious group, participate in a rally or carry a weapon.
Apparently, though, this "right” of health care is so vital that the federal government must mandate and require, under penalty of law, that you participate.
Steve Curry, Oklahoma City
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