More and more politicians and pundits from DC to Raleigh are talking about transforming our health care system to a "universal" or "single-payer" model. They tell us our system should resemble the systems they have in place in countries like Canada and England.
This Heartland Insititute article tells us that even the people of England don't like the model they have in England.
"An April Gallup poll showed only 7 percent of British citizens were very satisfied with their health care system. Twenty-five percent of those polled said they were extremely dissatisfied with their care, and 27 percent were somewhat dissatisfied."
Why on earth would we want to emulate a system so loathed by those already subjected to it?