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I tend to agree with some of your arguments to a certain extent. However, taxation should pay for people who can't afford it. Taxation pays for the military, roads, public transport, the fire services etc. Why not for medical care? Take 25% of the military budget and the whole thing is covered. No need to get employers to pay.
In Australia, the Liberal party is equivalent to the U.S. Republican party (conservative). Luckily, we are not given to the extreme conservatism of the U.S. Both parties have supported national health care together with strong private health care for those who can afford it. The U.S. is the only western country that believes only those with money deserve health care.
On a side note, the extremes of both are illogical:
- Left wingers want to control business but not your personal life.
- Right wingers want to control your personal life but not business.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!