This is what liberals want to ignore
How Low Are U.S. Taxes Compared to Other Countries? - The Atlantic
Do you have any idea what their national sales taxes and VAT taxes fund?But these numbers might understate how low taxes have been in the U.S. Unlike most advanced economies, the U.S. don't supplement personal income taxes with a national sales tax, or value-added tax (VAT). Consumption taxes accounted for about a fifth of total U.S. revenue in 2008 (mostly at the state and local level) compared to an OECD average of 32 percent. In other words, the U.S. relies uniquely on personal tax rates to raise revenue -- and we have relatively low personal tax rates.
The word "that" is hard for you?
And ALL "Public Expenditures on Health" are ultimately by the people as are private expenditures on health. Either we pay for health spending directly or through taxes paid to government which then spends some part of those taxes on healthcare.
So this is like arguing with a 1st grader. You've not attempted to make any point except to state gibberish, then debate my interpretation of that gibberish.