President Obama strove to intertwine the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act with Martin Luther King Jr., during a radio interview discussing the 50th anniversary of the of the March on Washington. Although it may seem slightly contrived, Obama framed the health care law as an inalienable human right. He was not only member of the administration to draw the connection this week: Health and Human Services Secretary Sebelius invoked a King line this week while discussing health care reform. 

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