Healthcare is not an inalienable right as most of the healthcare supporters have claimed because your rights are born with you and are in your possession at time of birth. The right to speak freely is not something the government has to provide for you since it is something you can do at birth so it is silly to assume that government provides you with that ability. The same logic can not be applied to the right to health care since you are not born with that ability since it has to be either pursued by you or provided to you by someone else. This is where you right to health care exist. It exist with your right to pursue it for yourself or to have others pursue it for you or in other words your free action to obtain something either for yourself or for others is what is protected by the government and not your possession of something because if my possession of something is what gets protected then anyone can say that they have a right to be a millionaire and the government has to protect that right by providing you with a million dollars and just like your right to a million dollars only protects your right to pursue that object (or any free action to obtain it) your right to health care protects your free action to pursue that object not the right to default own that object.