I was going along with the article until I got to this:
Originally Posted by AGoodBuzz
It's legitimate to ask whether taxpayer dollars should support rail service or mail delivery (or healthcare). But if you're the customer, who cares? Does anybody look up the company's annual report before choosing a cable provider or deciding where to buy a phone? Or choosing a doctor or health insurance plan? Nope. What we care about is service and quality, which often conflicts with profitability because it's expensive.
Who care abouts whether the customer is concerned that the service is supported by taxpayers dollars? What about the taxpayers concerns? I'm begining to see that the failing of the left is in convincing the right that universal health care is a good use of thier tax dollars.