In Canada, there are no required co-pays or deductibles in inscrutable contracts.
In the United States, under Obamacare, the deductibles and co-pays will continue to be unaffordable for many millions of Americans. Fine print traps are everywhere.
In Canada, the health care system contributes to social solidarity and national pride.
In the United States, Obamacare is divisive, with rich and poor in different systems and tens of millions left out or with sorely limited benefits.
In Canada, delays in health care are not due to the cost of insurance.
In the United States, under Obamacare, patients without health insurance or who are underinsured delay or forgo care and put their lives at risk.
In Canada, nobody dies due to lack of health insurance.
In the United States, tens of thousands of Americans will continue to die every year because they lack health insurance or can't pay much higher prices for drugs, medical devices, and health care itself.
In Canada, health care on average costs half as much, per person, as in the United States. And in Canada, unlike in the United States, everyone is covered.
In the United States, a majority support Medicare-for-all. But they are being blocked by lawmakers and their corporate paymasters.
In Canada, the tax payments to fund the health care system are modestly progressive; the lowest 20 percent pays 6 percent of income into the system while the highest 20 percent pays 8 percent.