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Subject:  Re: The Southern Border Date:  3/31/2019  8:24 PM
Author:  rope2feet Number:  172691 of 188891

the MHS was created by the US govt, and eventually became the US Dept of Health and Human Services (an official division of the US govt)

Still doesn't make it Constitutional. If the founders thought that health care was a right, they would have included it in the Bill of Rights. We would have also seen widespread applications of that belief over the past 200+ years. Funny that we managed to avoid government mandated health care from the founding until recently when the Obama administration rammed it down the throats of the American people. Now we have federal judges ruling it to be unconstitutional. Why so if the 1798 law is proof that HC is a right?

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