Great post over at On The Fence Films.
When the average Canadian becomes sick and is put on a long waiting list, they don't have the money to go to the U.S. to buy health care because they've already spent it in the form of high taxes! They don't have private health insurance because it's been outlawed. And - they don't have savings earmarked for health care expenditures since the government has assured them that they are covered.
I especially liked this bit about the myth of 46 million americans being without health coverage.
The socialized health care folks keep repeating the "46 million without health care" mantra in the hope that a lie repeated enough times becomes conventional wisdom. They've been remarkably successful in this regard. However, according to U.S Census Bureau Health Insurance Data, more than one third of all the uninsured are members of households with over $50K in annual income. Indeed, nearly one fifth hail from households pulling down more than $75K a year: