Fox's Charles Hurt argues against the morality of Medicare for all by claiming the real “moral issue” is “taking things from people who work”
Charles Hurt: “If I was in charge, I would say I have no ability, so I'm not going to do anything but I have a lot of needs”
From the July 31 edition of Fox News' The Five:
CHARLES HURT (GUEST CO-HOST): You can point to all these reasons for rejecting it, but it's the moral issue. It's the idea that these people are perfectly okay with just taking things from people who work and giving them to people who do not work. You know, the whole notion of, from each according to his ability and to each according to his needs, the question is who determines what people's ability is and what people's needs? If I was in charge, I would say I have no ability, so I'm not going to do anything but I have a lot of needs, and so everybody is going to work for me. I sound like an old man. I was kind of born an old man. Kids today, they are not even learning these things. They are not even studying these questions in school. Of course they come out and think yeah, socialism is great.
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