Anyways, his post isn't anything to write home about, but I do appreciate Cohen's putting it up, because the comments illuminate a number of features of the health care systems of Canada, France, Germany, Austria, Sweden, and the US. Verdict: US bad, everybody else good.
The evidence is all anecdotal, so some of y'all will pooh pooh it, but at some point the anecdotes all start piling up and pretty soon you do end up with data.
Can't tell the players without a scorecard, or the commenters without a cheatsheet:
- Richard Weissfeld -- US, the market will set healthcare free [I didn't catalog his remarks]
- Bob Nelson -- France [1, 4, 16] #1 Amen, bro!
- Len Charlap -- US? [3, 12, 23, 32, 36] #32, what would happen to medicare-for-all if another neocon regime came along and tried to dismantle it? and #12, 23, tort reform is a strawman
- Laird Smith -- Austria, France, US 
- Rahul Sinha -- #10, more on tort rform
- Carl Weinberger -- US, Germany, Sweden [11, 42] #42 IVF
- Sebastien Dumais -- Canada [13, 48]
- Andy Ludwig -- Germany [21, 22, 24, 26, 28, 31, 38, 45, 52] #45 response to #42 on IVF