Should the US adopt a universal, single-payer health care system of a type similar to European nations?

And, how improtant is healthcare to you in the next election cycle?

Asked By: BlueGolfer - 1/1/2008
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If you want a better America, then yes... More
Answered By: Captain Starkiller - 1/2/2008
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No, I don't want poor people to even have access to quality medical care. They should have substandard care even if it costs more than universal health care. I do not want to see more of their babies survive to adulthood and live longer lives. They are supposed to be the meat for the grinder, not some pampered pet. So... More
Answered By: subwm4bush - 1/1/2008
Well the system we have now is broken and needs to be completely overhauled, or thrown out entirely and start over, so something needs to be done, weather that's a single payer system or a combination of health care savings account plus... More
Answered By: booboo - 1/1/2008
Government paid health care is a horrible option. I fear it is the only one left for us. We had the best health care system in the world and we shipped it to Mexico with almost all of our manufacturing jobs. We have much larger problem's than health care.
Answered By: justice - 1/1/2008
No. As Europe as shown, those systems are very ineffective and inefficient and to even run those systems European countries have to have huge tax rates. Yes, our system has flaws and some don't have access to it, but that is the way our system operates. Those that can pay get to the head of the line. It's that... More
Answered By: G-Man - 1/1/2008
Well, the first thing necessary to have an honest debate would be to call your option what it really is. Government controlled health care. I'm not sure people are going to accept government bureaucrats making their health care decision instead of their doctors... More
Answered By: Roadkill - 1/1/2008
Health care is very important because every Democratic candidate suffers from the mistaken notion this is the job of the federal government, which is NOT authorized to handle it... More
Answered By: heyteach - 1/2/2008
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