Pre-existing conditions and caps won't hurt insurance companies because they'll simply raise rates of the healthy to cover the cost of the ill.If you do not think pre-existing consitions and no caps will trump their profit of hundreds of insurance companies competing (meaning now having to offer lower prices) to the 32 million in exchanges then your fiscally moronic.
By the way love that you think Germany was buying supplies from us. Also by the way the majority of the money was spent before the war on our highway/bridge infrastructure. Suggest you get a history book. Also the government can create as much money as they want and we have the printing press to prove it (and also Reagans word on it as well when the dems were beating him up about the deficit in the 80's remeber that hmmmmmmm? Remeber the dems had a board running with the national debt ever increasing on public display hmmmmmmmmmmm? The gov stops creating mony when too much money created increases inflation which right now is still very low. You see deflation is more of a threat to an economy collapse than inflation. A downward deflation caused by lack of money caused the great depression. In a deflation no money means less goods created and prices falling, which causes more layoffs, which then causes even less of goods created at even lower prices and even more people laid off until the price to sell the good is lower then the cost to produce the good. Now go get a damn history and economics book Hmmmmm cause you look silly.
As for the rest of your argument, it's too flawed for me to take the time to explain it all to you. I will simply state that printing money does not create wealth, and leave you to ponder that bit of truth. Perhaps I can help you more on other topix subjects in the future.