I think this is one of the most crazy thoughts a candidate could imagine. There is proof it will fail if established! Here is some things I would like to say about it! Americans have rights, they have the right to "pursue" happiness They don't have the "right" to have somebody else pay for it or achieve a level of "happiness" at the expense of someone else's happiness. Our constitution establishes justice, insures domestic tranquility, provides for the common defense, promotes the general welfare and secures "the Blessings of Liberty." But it doesn't decide who is "deserving" and who is not. Health care isn't a "right". That is because the American Founders who recognized that type of "right" would require one person to work for, or serve, another person and they knew that wasn't liberty. An individual's freedom is diminished greatly when his money is confiscated to subsidize someone else's health care, food or anything else. Again,...it is not a right. Ok, just remember this, there are about 45 out of the 300 million Americans without health care insurance, and by law, not one of those 45 million can be turned away from an emergency room in any hospital in America. Here is what I consider as the proof it will fail! Government control of health care is a failure, for example, Hillary Clinton's August 2003, "Vaccine for Children" program screwed up the vaccine industry. The government agreed to purchase 60% of the national pediatric vaccine supply (Clintons pushed for 100%) at a forced discount of about 50%, to be delivered to doctors, and the needy, even though vaccines were already free for the needy through programs like Medicaid. With Hillary's program, the government, not the doctors became the direct buyer for most children's vaccines. In result, government was dictating the price to the drug manufacturers and it was so far below cost that out of 25 companies that produced vaccines, only 5 survived. The rest went out of business. This soon created the vaccine shortage! Thank You Hillary Clinton! Also, another government intervention was created by the "Vaccine Injury Compensation Program" Which drove up the production cost as well, shutting down even more companies. Government can't handle it. In Oregon (one of the very most liberal states in the USA), socialized "universal health care" legislation has been rejected by the voters! Imagine that?