Personally, I've never met one.
With this question in mind, nonethless, view the film below Think of it as a sneak-preview of what the American health insurance lobby's response to Michael Moore's new film, Sicko, is going to look like:
"The Canada Health Act will come tumbling down," declares Richard Baker, the president of Timely Medical Alternatives, a Vancouver-based company that sends patients to the United States for faster treatment.
... Mr Baker's company has seen a sharp rise in demand for Canadian patients seeking faster treatment outside the country recently; their revenues have doubled in the last six months and they are seeing more and more patients (including, said Mr Baker, a deputy provincial health minister's wife whom he refuses to name).
America has wealth, innovation, and access to the best of everything. So why is our health care system so broken? Why does it cost more than ever and deliver less? How do we solve the problems of the uninsured and seniors who lack drug coverage? And equally important, why is the Canadian system, widely touted as a sparkling example of compassion and universal access, actually a disastrous model to be avoided?
Founded in 1973, The Heritage Foundation is a research and educational institute - a think tank - whose mission is to formulate and promote conservative public policies based on the principles of free enterprise, limited government, individual freedom, traditional American values, and a strong national defense..
America is going to have either a government-run health care system in which politicians and bureaucrats make the key decisions or a consumer-driven system in which key decisions are made by individuals and families. Presented with a clear choice, Americans will support a market-based program that is compatible with their values, particularly personal freedom and personal responsibility.