After living in the United States for twenty five years I moved to Australia where I don't have to pay $800 a month for health insurance. For the the small business I owned in Massachusetts, by far, health insurance costs for my employees was the expense that saw the most dramatic rise in year to year expenses. I have recently received cancer treatment here in Australia and I can assure you the care was excellent so don't lecture me on sub-standard care in countries with socialized health care. In the US the top 1% own 35.4% of all the wealth, the next 19% own 53.5% which means the top 20% own a remarkable 89% of all wealth leaving the bottom 80% with only 11%. I agree those Bush tax cuts need to go.