Yes, I am sure you can find those people who are dissatisfied with anything. I had a compatriot American friend who lived there too who was always squawking, but, then again, she's a Republican. Goes with the territory.<quoted text>Your poll of people that 'love' it is very small.. Also spout that holcomb to the people parked in doctors offices in North Dakota, and Montana.. Also ex-patriots who live and work in the United States.
In the beginning, the Canadians fought against universal single payer healthcare, saying the same stupid idiotic things that rightwingers here say, that it's communism, socialism, controlling etc. however, if the Canadian government attempted to take it away now, there'd be a revolution.
If Canadians wish to purchase private insurance, they can; and if they prefer to come to the States for surgeries, they are free to do so. There is a whole world of international medical travel that those who can afford to pursue, can do so.
Your argument holds no water.