"Good medical insurance" is that which provides the most cost-effective coverage, not that with the lowest deductible or lowest co-pays.<quoted text>
LOL. This from someone who can't afford to purchase good health insurance.
"Good medical insurance" is that which allows the consumer a free choice of doctors and hospitals, rather than restricting them to the company store.
And Galt could buy your sorry ass ten times (at least) over when it comes to financial resources.
Odd that given your reference to "good health insurance", that your health and your husband's health is so crappy.