Sunday, April 17, 2011

And the journey begins

The important part of this whole discussion is the process.  If you believe in the process, then you'll more likely believe in the result.  That's why we're taking the journey in the first place, because, if I just jumped in with the destination, you might, understandably, jump in and say you didn't want to go THERE!

So, as you hop into this vehicle, be it the Mini Cooper or the big bus, I'm going to ask you to consider a question.  I don't need an answer, but...you do.  Don't try to consider where it might lead you, just consider the question all by itself.  I know that's hard to do, because it's instantly tempting to say..."yes, but...."

Don't consider the implications of your decision, just consider the question.  I'll warn you right now that it doesn't lead where you think it does.

So, here's your first question.



Do you believe that health care is a "right" or a "privilege?"

There's no "right answer" just whatever you honestly believe.  You may or may not choose to comment, and your comment may or may not include your answer.  You don't need to tell me, or share with anyone else.  Won't hurt if you do, but it's not required.  I won't be keeping score.

1 comment:

andi said...

I feel that it is a privilege. Just like buying the car you want, you have to pay for it. I can feel the tug on my Democratic party card!