and 'mark of the beast' medicine at work. If you really think there is a singular or universal health plan for all citizens, you are treading on slippery slush above a shrinking glacier. What works for some of those in the 'great outdoors' may not go over well for those living in closer confines. We can respect your appearances of clean politics in 1 or 2 really nice cities, but most of your homers leave much to be desired. This is why Canadians leave in droves to shop in America, seek medical expertise here, and eventually choose to reside in the USA. Many a modern US citizen ventured into the frozen wonderland (Canada) to escape problems in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and South American world, not to mention the middle east. They eventually circulated into the lower 48 states or traveled to and through Alaska and Hawaii to stake a claim in this great nation. Nobody goes to stay or live in Canada very long. Those who do are frozen in time or drink anti-freeze.