http://www.huppi.com/kangaroo/L-healthcare.htm In particular myths about welfare. http://www.huppi.com/kangaroo/LiberalFAQ.htm#Backhealthcare Little bit biased but apparently they've become worse, without going into the WHO's pdf's that are very long winded, but if you want to. And if anyone has a concise breakdown, I couldn't find it but apparently Canada and the US are 30th and 37th, ranked by bang for buck, or what you get for your dollar based on mortality, infant mortality, people without adequate healthcare etc,etc. http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/health/2006-10-15-health-concern-usat_x.htm With this in mind do you think North America's healthcare sytems are overpriced don't perform well, and in the case of the US don't tally well with Europe. Why do you think this is or don't you? 13.4% GDP compared to Englands 6.6% GDP? It's not any better now, what are the reasons for the cost? And do you think you need to improve, get up the table to the best European healthcare systems? Or do you think that to do so is socialism and therefore to be fought against at every turn. In a nutshell why does your system proclaimed the best in the world, actually in reality not rank very highly? http://www.who.int/whosis/en/index.html If you want to wade through this.