The Associated Press's not-too-subtle approach to framing the healthcare debate:
The United States is the only major developed nation that does not have a comprehensive national health care plan for its citizens. About 50 million Americans are without health insurance. With unemployment rising, many Americans are losing health insurance when they lose jobs because employers provide health care plans.
The AP fails to note in their story a few other healthcare-related items to which is exclusive to the United States. W.C. Varones has more here.