I don't think, in any ethical universe I wanna inhabit, the words "affordable" and "health care" belong in the same story, much less juxtaposed as modifiers. What about your health is not 'affordable?' Where your health, or you child's, or spouse's, are the subject, you pay anything, don't you? Any price is "affordable." You'd liquidate all your wealth for health care for a beloved. Whether one can afford it or not should NOT be any part of the discussion, imho...
I might also quibble with what it means to have 'the opportunity for a good job.'
What, for that matter, is a good job?
It seems to me pretty likely that, if we survive long enough as a civilization, there's gonna hafta be a 'national, minimum, subsistence stipend."
It's a cash economy. One can't just grab one's grip and head for the territories. They're not territories, anymore, for one thing. There is almost no remaining opportunity for long-term subsistence off the land, because most of the good land now holds cities and houses and industries. SO we're gonna hafta figure out how to put enough cash/surrogate in EVERYBODY'S hand, eventually.
Shameful: Shock and Awe:
Amid a whole plethora of images from my own lifetime alone, which make me heartily sick of my "country," this is one of the top three.