I'm European. I think pretty much all your politicians are far right and would never give them a vote with only a few exceptions among the politicians I know well enough. Ideas in America that are considered far left are just the normal way of life in a lot of the rest of the world.
If you think posters here should read and open thier mind because they are too far into their own left wing bubble then I think you need to read about the world outside of America.
Health care should not be partisan. There is no sensible argument against providing health care for all who need it. No other country allows someone to be bankrupted because they got sick.
On top of that the USA spends more per capita on health care than most developed countries and does not have better outcomes.
The argument you seen thrown against countries with public health care systems is wait times, and thats one area where the US seems to do well in, but not better than the UK for example, and how much is this number affected by people who just can't afford to seek treatment
The US healthcare system must be a paradise for the super wealthy, and for those who are making a profit off it. From the outside looking in it looks like a bureaucratic nightmare designed to deliver profit to insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies, and money into the pockets of politicians. In other countries the purpose of a health care system is to deliver health care.
Whether can talk about gun control, health care, separation of religion and state, wealth inequality, there are so many areas in which the US appears to be a far right system designed only to benefit those at the very top. Your children and grandchildren are going to inherit a failed state in which there is no work for them as more and more jobs are exported or automated. Other countries have similar problems to the US but on a much smaller scale. You think people here who vote democratic are far left? To my eyes most Democrats are center right and I would never vote for them.