Listening to the BBC News tonight on the topic of the Health Care Summit, I found out that the little story about Obama's mother having to dicker with her insurance company while she was dying was not really relevant because all Americans can get health care when they want. In fact, this fellow said things are much better than they used to be 20 or so years ago. Because it turns out that if an American shows up at a hospital, the hospital is required to care for that person if they are really sick. So Americans are actually much better off then we think and trying to fix the problems in our health care system isn't worth going to the trouble. The fellow who they were talking with is someone called the American Thinker. Aren't you glad to be set straight by someone who knows?