This is a lesson in absurdity to illustrate a point. PLEASE, if you read it, read it all. That means you have to click the link and READ IT ALL.
NOTE: I shouldn’t have to say this, but, sadly, because of the ignorance of our modern society, it has become necessary to state such clarifications. The following is meant purely as an illustration to help those who might not fully understand the underlying principles of our debate over whether or not health care is a right. For the sake of clarity, I am stating – unequivocally – that it is not a right (see: natural vs. civil rights). And to those who argue that it is or should be, I say that, if you claim health care as a right, then I am claiming the right to rape.
I believe the reason so many people in our society believe that health care is a right is because they have been intentionally deceived. They have been made ignorant: indoctrinated rather than educated. As a result, too few Americans still know how to reason through an issue critically. But, even if this were not the case, we have no assurances that enough people would bother to take the time to do so in this entertainment society of ours. And all of this is by design.
Our society is being “engineered” by people who believe they can direct the evolution of mankind. The reason the issue of health care is so critical to their purposes is because it strikes to the heart of every individual. We all experience serious illness; either personally or through members of our family and loved ones. So it is an emotional issue to begin with, which opens the door to being able to manipulate public opinion about it. In short, when it is emotionally charged, we are far less likely to stop and think things through. And because health care is important to every member of society, it provides the perfect opportunity for control. But what if it wasn’t health care we were claiming as a right, but the right to sexual gratification and reproduction?