I'm wondering, when health care is discussed as a right, why is it that, generally*, people are speaking of the provision of health care as a right (ie socialized health care) rather than the ability to attain health care as a right (ie the ability to purchase services or insurance)?
(*I have no empirical evidence, it's just been my experience.)
Originally posted at somedayallthiswillhavetobefixed.blogspot.com.
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