I put this in the philosophy section, because I believe rights do exist, and are philosophical in nature. I assume the burden of proof because I take the affirmative position. I believe healthcare is a right because I am now a right to lifer from womb to tomb. I believe I have the right to live. Human people have the right to live from implantation to the time they die. Just ask if you need clarification. I believe contraception is a right because what I do before implantation is my business. I choose to have a one time procedure of having my tube removed which saves money over my life time, more than other methods, and is the most effective contraception available today. I support Medicare For All for these reasons. Medicare For All saves lives, money, and improves the quality of life for the living. I have preexisting medical conditions, and am mentally, and visually disabled, so I can't qualify for private insurance, can only work part time, and just can't afford to pay for healthcare. Don't I have the right to live? Before you say no, please tell me why. It is messed up to say someone does have the right to live. Conservatives are prolife until someone is born, then they don't care. What would Jesus do?
Are healthcare and contraception basic human rights?