Apparently some people are missing the whole point of this. The Constitution does allow medical care for certain people at the expense of the public.
That was the whole point of the thread. To show how easy it is to say medical care by the government is not Constitutional yet there are a ton of
programs within the government that allow health care for different groups at the public expense.
Point in case: Health Care Reform is Constitutional
The Health Care Reform passed by congress recently is not Constitutional as applied to the mandate to enroll and pay a private company for that care.
See the difference? You attack the OP as a smear, but I agree with most of you.
By 1792 America, at least the America that we kicked the British out to have, was already dead and gone anyway so none of this has anything to do with
"America" or the "Constitution" since neither had any value.
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