Our country is now engaged in a great discussion of what the future of our healthcare will look like.  At times like these, I sometimes wonder whether Mr. Jefferson, if he were to write today, would pen an additional right in our Declaration.

To bring clarity to the debate on healthcare, and to decide how we feel about our care as Americans, it's useful to ask the question:  would Mr. Jefferson add Healthcare to the list of inalienable rights today?

Consequences abound whether we believe he would or not, and, regardless of which way we answer, coming to a clear answer would help our American conversation on Healthcare a great deal...

Do we have a right to healthcare?  If so, how much?  And what if the amount we want is a problem for our economy?  No easy answers, but one thing is for sure:  making up our mind would be very useful...