Health care is something that will always polarise opinions from countries that have it and countries that don't. Coming from the UK, health care is something that I think everyone should have. Hospitals shouldn't turn away anyone based on how much money they have in their wallets. This view was strengthened recently when my girlfriends little cousin caught pneumonia (in Colombia). As their insurance hadn't been renewed (it was free with my gf's last job), we were hit with a large bill at the end of it. This made me appreciate how lucky we are in the UK to not have to worry about money when someone gets sick. Despite this, the system is far from perfect. There are long waiting times for appointments and I have what many people would say is a cold view towards certain people. I would prefer more hardcode rules against those who don't look after themselves. People who eat too much yet know it's bad for them, people who drink too much, people who smoke too much etc. The problem is, many of the people who milk the system contribute nothing back (i.e. don't work). I'm not saying people shouldn't be treated, but there needs to be some sort of system where people who do look after themselves are not pushed behind those who live in excess their whole lives. That being said, I hope health care is never removed. The fact that someone who is sick can just walk into any hospital and get help is great.