Recently I read a damning report on the U.S. health care system that compared us with 34 other developed nations. The U.S. spends the most on health care but has a mediocre average outcome and is about 27th among its peer countries on life expectancy.
Almost all of these countries have some form of socialized medicine. Since their outcome is so much better than ours it stands to reason that the Affordable Care Act, or some other form of socialized medicine, is not so evil as the opponents want us to believe.
More likely that under a new system some people and healthcare-related companies will not be enjoying a heyday anymore.
Salt Lake City