In a magic world, "we the people" could make healthcare a "right". But why stop there? Why not make DVD players, color TVs, and Nike sneakers "rights" also? But nearly everybody already has DVD players, color TVs, and Nike sneakers, so making these "rights" seems pointless. And hey, wait a minute: how did nearly everybody get these things, and at such high quality, without our beloved government "ensuring universal access"? By getting out of the way of free citizens exchanging goods and services amoungst themselves.
So what about healthcare? Can the same process which has so successfully universalized other consumer goods do the same for healthcare?