Not really. Public healthcare is definitely a higher standard than no healthcare. And for those that pay to use private healthcare... well you could still do that! The existence of a public healthcare system doesn't mean you have to use it. You can still pay more for private healthcare and get a better standard if you want to/can afford to.
It would probably make private healthcare cheaper too. One of the side effects of having cheaper (albeit lower quality) competition rather than the alternative just being death.
Sure, I just don't like people using misleading taglines. I'm actually for universal healthcare.
Like 80% of the left's policies aren't anywhere NEAR as convincing as CNN and the DNC makes them out to be when you get a detailed explanation. Often they're supported by the same type of studies anti-vaxxers and other quack medicine uses.
I'm more about
-illegalizing trans hormone blockers before puberty.
-pro nuclear power
-pro free speech
-against antifa violence (violence is literally their policy)
-against solar and wind power (horrible for the environment)
Honestly I'm not even conservative. I just can't stand the rhetoric from the left this cycle. It's literally THICK with provable lies. Calling everyone and their mother nazi's. Phony impeachment. Bending over backwards to gain votes from the extreme left. Cancel culture. Forced politics in entertainment. Blaming literally everything in the world on white men. Lying about evidence to make global warming sound worse than it is.