I never said anything about "admiration". I just thought I'd point-out something that seemed out of character for MM. That's something MM would never do for the subject of his "Documentaries".Al Capone had soup kitchens in Chicago during the height of his 'career'. I guess we should admire him too. At least Capone made no pretense of being truthful and honest, which makes me like him a hell of a lot more than MM who is basically a lying turd with a camera.
OK, I don't really understand your statement at all - what part of "Universal Health Care" is NOT "Socialized Medicine"?>higher standard of living than the middle class in socialist countries.
Socialist countries? Are we aiming low. How about making comparisons to other western industrialized countries? Which, incidentally, all have universal health care but not the States.