I saw Michael Moore's new documentary Sicko on sunday. I was wondering what Americans think about it? I was pretty shocked, coming from a country where everybody gets care, no matter whether you are insured or not. Still, I must say that some scenes were REALLY over the top: the happy people in the British NHS for instance. I lived in the UK for a year and they are actually very unhappy with the level of care they receive, especially in poor neighbourhoods. Still, if Moore is right about the US, people not getting ANY care at all, children dying because of this and patients being dumped on the street by hospitals while theyre still in their surgery gowns? That's really bad. So, what do you guys think?