First I just want to say that I honestly don't know very much about the healthcare systems of the United States or other countries, certainly not enough to say one is better than or worse than another, and that I'm not posting this with the intention of saying, "hey look, X group of people are wrong and Y group of people are right". That's not it. I'm posting this because I would really like to hear what you guys have to say in response to it. Second, I'm aware that the National Center for Policy Analysis is a right wing think tank, and that the way some of these findings are presented is very leading. But here we go. Fact #7 took me by surprise. European, Canadian, and Australian posters on CFC have definitely expressed approval of their health care systems, and I thought for the most part these people were satisfied with them. Then again, the NCPA is probably interpreting "fundamental change" and "complete rebuilding" to mean less government involvement, and for all I know it could mean they want more government involvement. I bolded that because the distinction is important to make. So, what do you make of this? I would especially like to hear from people who are from or who have lived under the systems of Canada, Europe, etc.