Democracy Now! reports (audio) that
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, one in eight Americans and almost one in four African Americans lived in poverty last year. It was the first year the poverty rate did not increase since President Bush took office. Just under sixteen percent of the population, or 46.6 million people, had no health insurance last year, up slightly from two years ago.
I’m willing to bet that those who go without health insurance also go without health care.