Health care is one of the basic needs to human beings. Democratic governments rise to power through political parties that make manifestos which form the basis of how they will run the country. They make promises to the electorate on how they will improve the life of people once they rise in power. One of the campaign promises is based on how they will come up with prudent health care policy to suit the citizens. More so access to health care is one of the parameters which measure how well countries are doing economically and socially. It is paramount that, every person has an access to health care services in any country all over the world. The house of representative passed the health care systems which extended health care insurance to 32 million Americans, with an extension of halting down industrial practices which are discriminative against the sick with a small margin of 219 against 212 with non of the republican voting yes. The glaring question is whether the government should take full responsibility to provide health care or it should just make sure that health care is affordable and within the reach of every citizen (Devettere 462).