He might well have added "the right to possess and smoke dope" to his list. The costs are socialized no less in the case of recognizing dope "rights" than they are in recognizing health care "rights."
And they are certainly no less dependency-inducing and enslaving.
Or is something more insidious, perhaps you oppose freedom from laws which require a police state in order to be successfully enforced upon the public? Do you oppose freedom from a government of limited power, in favor of government with the power to do whatever it pleases in the name of whatever needs pleasing?
There's worse things than drugs...
Gee, is that really too difficult for you to figure out?