For american people it is very difficult to understand public health care system as we know it in Europe or in socialist countries. For U.S. citizens everything must be paid, because they live in a capitalistic society. Everything in the U.S. is based on profit and war, schools and hospitals, too. So for them it is something "normal" to pay, even for health cures, and something "for free" is generally considered "a gift", "compassion" or "charity". That is a paradox in real democracy, and I can see well that the U.S. are not a real democracy, but a military dictatorship (based on war). That is why there the citizens have to pay for health cures: the worse the disease, the more you pay! (something considered absurd here, where everything MUST BE cured for free: from fever to cancer), they have death penalty (which every democracy considers a crime against humanity) and they are so scared of usual (social)democracies (which they call "socialism").
Italy, for instance, has the second best health care system in the world after France (and consider we have mafia and endemic corruption). Here only Berlusconi and his fascist allied (U.S. best friends") wanted to abolish public health care system, and to introduce "insurances" and such shit (like in the U.S.). Of course, our constitution is based on anti-fascism, so 90% of italian people want public schools, public hospitals, equality and solidarity (as in the french revolutionary motto: "Liberte, Fraternité, Egalité"). This because we learn since we are children (in school) that the most important rights are these: health, education, freedom. In the U.S. on the contrary, children have to learn "supremacy", "war", "competition", and generally they learn that "if you can't pay it you are a loser").
Again, not U.S. citizens' fault. They live in a capitalistic system,the could not even realize why people don't have to pay for health, it is considered "nonsense". I guess the utmost american people can obtain will be this "obamacare" (unless american people start a revolution, but I doubt they will: because of brainwashing propaganda 80-90% of them believe they live in a democracy, so are content enough with food, products, shitty movies, songs, "freedom of speech", some guns under the pillow and a big car).
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