Re: Roger Ebert is dead...
I do agree that the film does bring these questions to light, but he didn't mention universal health care in his review until he signed off it at the end, not did he balance it (the way most good writers should) with at least a hint of why we shouldn't have UHC in this country. This might strengthen his point. There is more than one perspective, and to make like that at the end without balance I felt wasn't in keeping with good writing. Again, stylistically, it just felt like a jab and he was looking to write it somewhere and, hey this was the perfect film to do it
See, the problem is that you are using your cards to show me what cards you have, and if you can't see that this is viciously circular, then there is no point in continuing