Look up consumer satisfaction surveys if they are provided, that is a direct indicator of how your healthcare is working, and for what it's worth, don't use the WHO, they are a lousy determinant as they do not use any truly relavent data.Show me. At least I have attempted to provide outside data other than my own opinion.
And they also have a much smaller military budget, an easier border policy, etc. etc. I'm just waking up again so I don't remember if I said the country was going broke or not(if I did I misspoke)I would hardly say that Canada is going broke. It seems that they have enough money for existing programs.
Now, keep in mind this is with a much smaller operating overhead than our government uses, that system is going broke with other programs they could borrow from, we are overextended.NHS is losing money though. You are right about that.
I respect your opinion, but couldn't disagree more. You differ than many of the UHC agendists though in at least you debate rather than sneak around or proclaim(using other's sources I might add). The end goal of single payer would bankrupt the country, it will always be a distraction from other issues because of the dynamic nature of costs in healthcare, patient options will diminish because you aren't directly paying for your own care anymore(as much has been seen in other countries), etc.And yes I am someone who wants it, because I believe it would be good for the country.