I'd bet when Superman hangs out in the Hall of Justice with Aquaman, Wonder Woman and the Wonder Twins, the Man of Steel wonders whether he should be in a league of his own. Aquaman talks to fish. How useful is that? I'm faster than a locomotive!" Superman pontificates. Members of Congress are like that, belittling or ignoring the power of the people and the states. Congress' Kryptonite is the U.S. Constitution. It's a document that restricts the powers of the federal government. And just as Superman has a finite list of abilities — super strength, super speed and X-ray vision — Congress can only do what's allowed under Article I, Section 8. There are only 18 expressly stated powers. Health care is not one of them/Wayne Hoffman, Idaho Freedom Foundation. More here.
Question: Should health care by a constitutional right?