How about some supporting links.. ?? Your post is your opinion. based on what reading?.
So lets take my company, it doesn't PAY anything towards my health care,, it provides a group policy that I can buy into with payroll deduction payments.. This is how MOST companies do it today anyway, and this is the system I've had for the last 30 years, with many employers. Nobody paid for my insurance, I was just provided with an insurance plan I could buy into, When I was self or unemployed, then you have to pay non-group rates.. Your comments don't apply to this scenario at all..
Group policies are just that, Groups,, a pool of employees is a group, and a company can have a health care provider offer their employees a group policy without paying for any actual coverage..
And compared to a National 'health care' system, like Canada's, like the Dems want to install?? Where everyone pays more for less coverage, the doctors are in a straight jacket all the time, they can't provide good medical care outside the government guidelines... So people in Canada can as a last resort, come to the USA and get GOOD medical care,, if we get a similar 'health care' system,, where will the Americans who are denied medical care because it is outside the government guidelines.... where will we go??? In Canada, you can't legally BUY good health care, the doctors can't provide care outside of the government system..