http://finance.yahoo.com/tech-ticker/article/281590/Healthcare-Is-"Not-a-Right"-and-Obama's-Plan-Will-Cost-Way-Beyond-1T-Ron-Paul-Says;_ylt=ApURWGPeDCYNzoPNw3eFAaC7YWsA?tickers=%5Edji,%5EGSPC,pph,jnj,mrk,pfe,unh&sec=topStories&pos=9&asset=&ccode= Ron Paul says healthcare is not a right. What is more important than a person's health?! I find it strange how the USA considers bearing arms to be a right, yet something as important as healthcare is a privelage. Am I the only one who thinks this is totally ass backwards logic? He also mentions the cost of Obama's plan to be $1T. I suspect most are put off by the cost of the program rather than whether or not healthcare is a right. I'm not familiar with all of the details of Obama's plan and therefore am not advocating or bashing the plan specifically, but I certainly think healthcare should be a right.