- Jun 23, 2004
Our nation financially bears the burden of another nation's citizen. So, it's like littering. You feel you can do it, because you are one person and that is simply one bottle of plastic. But if everyone did it, the world would be a mess. Should our people take on the financial burden of medically treating everyone who wants it, and can journey here?
Certainly we're not expecting this mother to somehow be self sufficient and pay us the cost of medical care.
To me, that makes it an interesting moral question. Easy to say yes to one person, but this is a standard for everyone else to follow. The expense of thousands, or millions of sick people can add up to be a true burden on our nation.