Argument: US is the only industrial country without universal health care
"The Case for Universal Health Care". American Medical Student Association (AMSA). 2005-2006 - "At its root, the lack of health care for all in America is fundamentally a moral issue. The United States is the only industrialized nation that does not have some form of universal health care (defined as a basic guarantee of health care to all of its citizens). While other countries have declared health care to be a basic right, the United States treats health care as a privilege, only available to those who can afford it."