The ability to obtain basic health care services (e.g. Dental, eyeglasses, treatment for chronic illness, etc) must be viewed as a fundamental human right. How much money is human suffering worth to you and the ultra wealthy in America? Aside from the suffering and lost years of life, there are profound negative economic consequences arising from productivity losses. In the absence of regulated health care access the working poor and uninsured will take their acute medical needs to emergency rooms, with high cost passed on to all of us. This is not only profoundly stupid from an economic perspective, it is fundamentally immoral. Please conduct a cost benefit analysis of all possible options and do not allow ideology to decide the outcome that will affect us all.