Don’t you just love it when the left coaxes answers out of people who they just assume will be in lock-step with their narrative? This is exactly what took place when Kara McCullough, or Miss USA, was asked whether or not she believed that healthcare was a right of all people. A great example of leftist moral elitism destroyed again.
Her response was priceless “I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege. As a government employee, I”m granted health care and I see firsthand that for one to have healthcare, you need to have jobs – so therefore, we need to continue to cultivate this environment so that we’re give the opportunities to have health care as well as jobs for all Americans”
And The Left Cries
This is wonderful opinion-speak coming from the mouth of anyone out there but it is especially delicious when spoken from the mouth of a female, African American, woman who is expected to follow traditional narratives.
Miss USA is a role-model for young girls all across the country and it’s wonderful to see someone who doesn’t perpetuate victim hood and racism, the favorite tool of the left. She works for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission as a Chemist and is clearly on top of her game.
These particular situations shock the left into confusion but never to introspection. To question the validity as to whether people have the right to healthcare, otherwise stated as the labor of another, would be heresy in the eyes of progressives.
Let’s not consider that one of the tenants of leftist shaming is centered around how terrible slavery was. I and all reasonable human beings believe that slavery is awful and should never be repeated, for the record.
Why Universal Healthcare Is Slavery
I find it interesting that I have to explain this simple fact but let’s spell it out a bit. If you want someone to perform a service for you but they are unwilling to do so because you can’t come to an agreement, it is within their right to refuse.
There is no argument here. If they’re unwilling to help, then compelling them to do so just because they have the ability to is wrong. It’s akin to having your car break down and forcing your neighbor to fix it just because he knows how and you need to get to work.
Here’s where the left dances around, obfuscating the reality of it. Instead of going directly to a doctors house and forcing them to perform services at fixed prices, they run to big daddy government and ask them to do the gun pointing.
This removal of responsibility for actually coercing people from the private sector to the public sector makes people think it’s suddenly a moral endeavor because they can’t see the violence. Nobody has the right to the labor of anyone else. That principle doesn’t suddenly become fluid because of your feelings. Again, the same leftist moral elitism destroyed by its own inconsistency.
Is it sad when someone is sick and can’t afford help? Yes it is, it’s very sad. The truth is that the government regulated many private charities out of the industry and filled the market hole with subsidies that are draining the country of resources. People are generally benevolent, from my experiences, all around the world, but when the government steps in and distorts the market there will be unintended consequences.
Leftists need to refrain from their hypocrisy of enslaving through government mandate and check the fact that their privilege as human beings negates that as one of their rights.
We need to see more of Miss USA out there and also more leftist moral elitism destroyed.