You know the best thing about a single payer system? It doesn't care about your living situation, income or marital status. It just provides medical care for those accidents and illnesses. Since it's designed to deliver to everyone, for national health systems, it'll just deliver to everyone it can reach.<quoted text>
No. My complaint is that the government doesn't offer enough aid to legitimately needy people, perhaps those who have chosen to get married before having children and then fall on temporary hard times through such things as medical accidents while making every concerted effort to get out of the situation.
This is different than those expecting the government to pay for baby after baby without possibly even knowing the father, or expecting the government to pay because a mother and a father live together sans marriage and get to keep all of his income PLUS the benefits of being a 'poor, single mother'.
How sad that your only life is to sit here, parse words and fight with people. You're a dork.
Though, you can of course seek private care if you have the funds (for most procedures, private care won't cover things with open ended recovery times out here, as a rule) which I think creates a bit of a two tier system.
Single mothers aren't keeping you from accessing healthcare in a way that leaves you financially secure. A system that penalizes illness and injury on an individual level is. Once you get over your bitterness at the idea of "them" being able to access healthcare through these dirty socialist systems, you might be able to see that the same systems provide you with equal support at counter-intuitively lower costs.