The uninsured: A "Trojan Horse" of the health care debate

Bruce Kesler points out that the majority are quite happy with their health care:

As I pointed out here, the Trojan Horse of the uninsured is overstated, to propel nationalized health care, and used to undermine the health care of 80% of Americans. The latest poll of the privately insured (consistent with many other polls), for example,

. . . found most U.S. workers are very satisfied with their employer-provided health care benefits”¦.At least seven in 10 workers consider their health plan to be excellent or very good at providing easy access to providers and covering a wide range of services, while two in three say their plan provides a sense of security that they will be able to afford good health care.