I've been lurking about for some time. So let me see if I have this correct...
1. Health care is a right, or if not a right, a moral obligation placed on all good Christians.
Matt 25:43-46 HCSB
2. To ration or withhold health care for financial reasons is un-Christian.
I don't think there is any way one can twist Scripture into denying health care for lack of funds.
3. To ration or withhold health care for a bureaucracy's financial reasons is, however, naturally unavoidable and essentially acceptable.
Canada's system is a good one and works well within its budget constraints.
4. Any oligopoly or monopoly in or on health care is un-Christian and evil, unless of course, the entity in question is indeed a full monopoly in the form of government, which is more noble and efficient than for-profit and non-profit organizations. (Evidently either because it has tax and police power, or because it buys off 51% of the voters. Whichever.)
5. Any system where 20% of the population gets far superior care because they alone can afford to participate is un-Christian and evil. Better that no one should get this care, so that all suffer equally--this is obviously more Christian.
6. The only proper Christian response to un-met health needs is to effect change through the monopoly + tax power + police power of the government. No other course of action is available. Government alone is ... able.
7. The obvious need for government involvement in any situation is the imperfections found in every other approach (health care, automotive business, credit markets, etc.). Government alone has established a stellar record of perfection in all its endeavors.
BTW, didn't someone (ostensible related to Matt 25:43-46) provide free health and exhaustive care? (Matt 4:24) Didn't he empower a small bureaucracy to offer these services? (Matt 10:1)
So naturally, this being highest and the most Christian thing possible to do, he continued these free health services in perpetuity. Right?
Oh, he didn't? How un-Christian. No wonder they crucified him.
Let that be a lesson to all Republicans and right-wingers.
EDIT: Removed a errant paste to perhaps reduce gibberish levels.