Yeah, like the military. And police. And firefighters. And bridges, dams, highways, hydro-electric plants, airports, public education, food and drug inspection, environmental protections, child labor laws, auto safety standards, manufacturing worker protections, etc.
Here’s a quick review of where the money goes in health care. Before the ACA, $750 billion dollars per year was wasted in the health care sector:
Administrative costs are still killing the US, as the ACA allows for-profit insurance companies to do all the inefficient things they did before:
The problem is not the government, it’s the for-profit health insurance industry that funnels money away from patient care.
Maybe if you read something outside of your bubble, you might ask a few question, intead of issuing general statements with no basis in reality.